This is Hubbards Hills in Louth, Lincolnshire showing all the colours of autumn.
Hubbard’s Hills is a glacial overspill channel formed as the last ice ended about 40,000 years ago. A marginal lake of meltwater trapped between glacial ice sheet and the Lincolnshire Wolds spilled over a chalk ridge and gouged a steep sided valley with a flat bottom. The river Lud, far too small to create such a valley, now flows through it.
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