day 812 – fall trees

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so i have finally gave in and acknowledge that fall season has arrived in the city. can’t deny it when trees are filled with orangey reds and my lawn is no longer green because it is so cluttered with the fallen leaves. i know it would get gross once the leaves get soaked from the raincouver showers. the weather has definitely changed when it’s cold out in the sun and night falls earlier and earlier everyday. if it’s not obvious enough fall is far from my favourite season

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day 464 – out and about

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when it’s been pouring with temperature drops drastically, every sign signals autumn has arrived. i hate to see summer leave vancouver because the weather is about to get miserable around here. it’s cold outside but as long as it’s not raining i can be outside wandering around. never realized there were railway tracks from downtown looking towards gastown, interesting gems i find through my walking adventures

day 426 – out and about

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i had the desire to walk outside just because it was nice out. it may be sunny but it’s deceivingly chilly and that’s the typical vancouverites have gotten to know so well. i still want to deny that the season has changed, but there’s no denying when i need to pull out my autumn jacket. i cannot believe how fast time is going, it’s the end of another month and soon christmas will be approaching

day 77 – so this is autumn

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first signs of tree leaves turning red is the season that bridges my favourite season summer and the cold winter. this is the season of endless leaves falling and endless leaves raking. it’s all well when its sunny until autumn really hits and the rain start coming and making wet leaves a pain in the neck

day 47 – don’t look now

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yuck, what has the weather forecast become??!! although the official change of season has yet to come, but looks like the inevitable autumn season has arrived without summer’s permission. i am sure i am not the only one that is depressed by the coming of the season of rain onslaught