The Similarities and Differences between Autumn and Spring
There is exquisite beauty in the seasons of autumn and spring. There are also distinctions which allow each season to stand out on its own. During spring everyday something new is born from a beautiful flower to a buzzing bee. The plants and trees begin to wither in autumn as the days grow longer and cooler. Though, autumn and spring are similar seasons, they have many drastic differences such as climate, holidays, and changes in appearance. Spring is the giver of life and autumn takes life away.
Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter. Autumn typically starts in August and runs thru October. As the heat of summer starts to turn cooler we find ourselves beginning the beautiful season of autumn. Autumn is a slow decay into warm color. As we transcend into the season, the rain tends to be less frequent. As the nights become longer the air starts its descent into cooler temperatures. Autumn season is related with harvest and in some cultures they celebrate the harvest. Autumn has many holidays, such as Labor Day, Grand Parents Day, Patriot Day, Columbus Day, Halloween, Election Day, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving. Two of my favorites are Halloween and Thanksgiving. I love to dress up and go Trick-or-Treating with my family and friends. I love to watch people bob for apples and I like caramel and candy apples. Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays. I love to eat turkey and go shopping with my family, therefore Thanksgiving is also a favorite. As the days shorten and the temperatures become crisp, the quiet green palette of summer is transformed into the vivid autumn palette of reds, oranges, golds, and browns before the leaves fall off the trees. You can find these autumn colors in parks, woodlands, the countryside, and mountains. The color change in leaves occurs whenever deciduous trees are found,...
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