Hanging On To Fall

 

Hanging On To Fall

In many parts of the world, the fall season lingers longer than on the prairies, where the first major windstorm scatters all of the crisp poplar leaves into the far corners of the neighbourhood. Where I come from and places I go, I am always amazed that well into November, deciduous leaves still grasp onto wispy branches on brisk days and the colour soaked landscape pervades more than a few weeks, a mere whisper between summer and winter. Eventually, even in those destinations with malingering autumns, the last leaves fall to the destiny of recycling back to the earth from where they have sprung.

 

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British Columbia Fall Forest Light

 

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Fallen Leaves Caught in a Stream

 

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Fall Reflections

 

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