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It's the first day of fall. Some photos of past autumns in anticipation of the season!

Brilliant autumn leaf color in the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkIt's the official first day of Autumn 2009, and that always get me excited. Fall is my favorite time of year for several reasons.

I love the cooler crisp weather, and the brilliant sunshine dancing on the yellows, reds, oranges and purples of the foliage.

I love the smell of the fallen leaves and the crunching sound when you walk on them. I love the smell of fried apple pies and the sweet and refreshing taste of ice-cold cider.

I love snuggling by a warm fire on a chilly evening and listening to the embers crackling and hissing as they dissipated into ash.

In honor of the arrival of the season, here are some photos from past autumns. I hope that you enjoy them!

Fall leaf color and hoarfrost is the Great Smoky Mountains

The Little River in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Beautiful Maggie Valley in Autumn

 

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It's the official first day of Autumn 2009, and that always get me excited. Fall is my favorite time of year for several reasons. I love the cooler crisp weather, and the brilliant sunshine dancing on the yellows, reds, oranges and purples of… more