The crispness of autumn is here!
Beginning in the United States September 22 this year, Fall continues until the advent of the winter solstice in December.
As the sun progressively sets earlier, temperatures become noticeably cooler.
According to Wikipedia, the word autumn originated with the Etruscans, and later was adopted by the Romans.
The word “fall” became popular through the colonization of British colonists in North America.
The words autumn and fall are both acceptable descriptions for this beautiful season profuse with natural colors of red and gold.
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