Monday, September 22, 2008

First Day Of Fall

Fall is in the air!

Here’s a little trivia: the first day of fall marks the day when there is light and dark outside for the same amount of time. Did you know that?

I just love seeing the gradual change of colors from green to red, orange, and gold. This fall, I am determined to take some good pictures of fall foliage. I already have a few places to go in mind, but please let me know if you know of any secret spots around the DC area.

Other Fun Things To Do:

Take a drive in the country and see the changing leaves
Go to a pumpkin patch
Catch a ride on a hayride
Drink some hot apple cider
Decorate the house with mini-pumpkins
Pick some apples at an orchard and bake a fresh apple pie
Go to a local Oktoberfest in the area

I may or may not get to any of the activities mentioned above, but if I can get at least a couple of good iconic shots of the fall season, I will be a happy camper.

Enjoy one of the most beautiful times of the year!

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1 comment:

  1. Whatever, like I said, having dates to mark this stuff is silly. I say, when it's cold and dark and the leaves turn color, it's fall. Yup! And if it's 90+ degrees outside, it's summer. That way, ppl can't go around saying, "Man, it's 90 degrees today and its fall!"

    My system would make snowy days winter, hot days summer, and dark days fall. So technically, it would be possible to have all the seasons in a single week!

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