Fall Is in the Air, Part II

One last overview of autumn, my favorite season. Across the Northern Hemisphere, temperatures are dropping, harvests are in motion, festivals are being held to celebrate the change of season, animals are returning to their winter grounds, and of course, viewers are enjoying the explosion of colors among the leaves. Collected here are some more images (including a few of my own I’ve snuck in) from this year’s autumn. (See also, Fall Is in the Air, Part I.)
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