Autumnal Equinox: The First Day of Fall

Wikipedia states, an equinox is commonly regarded as the instant of time when the plane (extended indefinitely in all directions) of Earth’s equator passes through the center of the Sun.

Autumn is my favorite season. The air changes, it is cooler, the leaves change from green to yellow, orange , red and brown. Autumn is the signal that starts a new school year. As a kid that meant I picked a new pair of shoes for the school year. Seasonal events encompassed high school football games, Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays.

Living in the Pacific Northwest, means I am close to the water, mountains and dessert and all four seasons. Drizzling rain and wind blowing in my face is a a treasure to me. I savor breathing the salty air from the beach and the pine cone fragrance from the trees.

My autumn ritual is appreciating this change in seasons by photographing nature and life from my walks, hikes and autumn events.

Published by Mews News

Blogging from the Pacific Northwest, outdoor enthusiast, photographer, project manager and Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

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