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Autumn beauty: photo essay

Photos by Josephoto

The fall time is really about colours. They change daily, as the fall time progresses. But is it only the colours that deserve special attention?

There's more fruits and veggies on the farm markets, and they seem to be cheaper than the new veggies in June. There's more grain after harvests and more birds in the sky. There are orange pumpkins and spooky spider webs.

This slideshow showcases the shapes and colours of fall that aren't always visible right away. With a closer look, we see the perfect architecture of the natural world with new eyes.

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