Enjoy the Magic of Fall

By Synthia Clark

Fall is magical. I look forward to the crisp air, beautiful colors and leaves falling all around—creating a nuisance for some adults and an opportunity of fun for children.

Some of us are lucky to live where we can get the full experience of the season.

The autumn months signal the beginning of many holidays. I take full advantage of the local festivals and the opportunity to take great photographs.

It’s the perfect time to capture interesting scenes in nature like the unique colors and fun textures. Yes, the colors are the result of a scientific process, but that doesn’t make it any less magical. Plus, not as many bugs are on the attack.

Fall foliage is a beautiful passing with promises of an even greater beginning. So, get out there and experience the magic!

Here are some resources to help you get the most out of the season:

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Synthia works in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling at UT Knoxville as an administrative support assistant and acts as webmaster, writer and photographer. She enjoys staying busy with hobbies like photography, travel and music.

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