Autumn, arguably the prettiest of the seasons, is the perfect time to discover Jersey's natural beauty, fascinating wildlife and delicious local produce. As summer draws to a close, the last of the sun worshipping tourists head home and the Island's many landscapes become adorned with rich shades of gold and russet.
StampNews.com invites our readers to contemplate the beauty of this gorgeous season with eight stamps issued by Jersey Post.
As autumn draws in many turn to Jersey as a destination to recharge their batteries and prepare for Christmas with a late break. In October and November, there are a number of events to enjoy or visitors can just take in the island's history, restaurants and nature which mix the best of Britain and France.
Those heading to the island are warned they should wrap up warm for any beach strolls, but a walk will be well worth it to build up an appetite as October sees Tennerfest, a promotion covering around 80 of Jersey's very best restaurants.