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Fall is my favorite of all the seasons All the arrays of colors ever so present The changing of the leaves dropping one by one as the wind gently blows by leading me to a sight of bare branches displaying a few last leaves that are still holding onto that one last bit of summer joyThis beautiful scenery makes it known that the loss of leaves and bareness of branches will lead to a new blooming and branching out of a new season The sight of leaves seeds and debris spread over the ground supplying all natures bountiful with food for the upcoming winter months There are multiple reasons why I enjoy fall and why I view it as the best season of all the seasons so here are just a few of thoseMaple trees and their colorsGrowing up in northern Minnesota has provided me with some of the most beautiful scenery This is especially prominent in the season of fall when the green leaves on a maple tree begin to change in an array of colors of reds golden yellows deep purples and a mixture of colors together When I was a teenager the color changing maple leaves would provide me with the opportunity to find the leaf with the most colors on it so I could press it and preserve that memory in time and to this day my favorite tree the maple tree holds a special place in my memories This is why they are my favorite trees of the seasonFall provides many opportunities to enjoy the beautifulness of the outdoors One of my favorite things to do is take photographs of my changing surroundings Fall allows me to spend time outdoors relaxing while taking in the splendor of natureCampfires and smoresWhen the arrival of coolness in the air develops it provides us with an open invitation for us to say goodbye to summer and welcome
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