The mornings are a little darker, the wind a little colder and the trees are turning from green to orange.
Dublin is one of the most beautiful cities during Autumn. The canal looks like something out of a fairytale book, the locals are wrapped up in cosy woollies and the smell of pumpkin spice lattes and bonfires fill the air.
Here are the best spots to get an autumnal snap:
St Stephen's Green
Located in the heart of the city, this is the ideal spot to go for a stroll on your lunch break. Take a step out of the hustle and bustle of the city and take some time to admire how stunning nature can be.
One of my all-time favourite walks in the city, Grand Canal comes alive during the autumn. There's nothing prettier than the orange leaves surrounding the barge boats as they travel up and down the canal.
I need to find out how I can make my house look like this tbh.
St Anne's Park
Did you know that there's a secret Japanese Garden in Raheny?
Autumn is the perfect time to visit as the leaves change colour and have that real oriental vibe to them.
One of the prettiest college campus' in Ireland.
Well worth a visit this time of year.
Phoenix Park Tea Rooms
The tea rooms in Phoenix Park is a hidden gem in the city.
Sit back, sip on something toasty and watch the world go by in Dublin's most impressive park.
With trees on either side of the avenue, this is one of the most stunning sights during the autumn as the leaves gather beneath them.
On Raglan Road, of an Autumn day, I saw her first and knew...
Sure you have to!
Time to get snap happy!