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The Great Transition Fall is the great transition leaving the sunniest months of the year and gently preparing us for winter making the days grow colder the trees become barer and bringing with the wind a new alpine smelling frozen bite Although this transition is a day to day process it is easy to tell when fall has commenced School begins trees grow bare dew turns to frost and breath can be seen Why is this transition so special How can it even be noticed This I will show you Walking through the streets on a chilly fall day can bring tons of different sights Leaves swaying back and forth and they fall from their summer home breath protruding from the mouths of people like smoke from a cigarette and puddles making sidewalks a slippery hazard for business men to travel The transition can be seen Just taking ten seconds to look around brings extraordinary visions that clearly separate fall from any other season What if everyone spent time walking places or on the way to their destinations looking at what is going on around them Cold air on your face burning through your nostrils into your lungs and back out again as a warm steam Does this make you think of anything The second I step foot out of the car for school and the cold air touches my face I am again reminded of the transition taking place around me Leaves fluttering past the body or gently skimming ones clothing are all familiar ways that the sense of touch applies to fall The air that bites at your fingers and makes them numb is another example of a way to touch fall Just like getting punched in the nose or being high-fived by a friend fall can touch us in many ways and can be felt through many situations There is always a day near the middle of fall
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