05 October, 2019

It's not the Fall without.... #WordsMatter

I never get tired of writing about this season. So, I use this opportunity to write a post about this time of the year by participating in the #WordsMatter Blog hop.

The prompt for today's post - It's not that time of the year without....

It's not that time of the year (the Fall) without...

1. Fall colors

I saw the bright yellows, Oranges, and red leaves for the first time in Vermont state when we went to the fall foliage trip.

This time of the year is to see the colors. Many thinks, leaves change color in the fall season. But, the fact is that leaves show their true color which is red. The green color that we see is because they could produce chlorophyll in Summer and Spring. Since they cannot produce enough chlorophyll in Fall due to the lack of Sunlight, the original color of the leaf stays. 

I remember our fall scenic drives and the Aspen trip in this season.

2. Spooky decors and Halloween costumes

It's fun to see the spooky decorations outside the houses here during Halloween. Check this post for some Halloween decor.

Pumpkin carvings, Jack-o-lanterns, scarecrows, witches, bats, spider webs and other spooky decors adorn houses and offices. It's not this time of the year without Children trick or treating in Halloween costumes.

3.  Warm Mornings and Cold evenings

While the temperatures stay warm in the mornings, the evenings start becoming cold. In many ways, the fall season brings changes. 

The Sun sets early in the Fall. Cold winds and foggy weather start which doesn't allow our little plants to grow. This season might bring some early snow too and our gardening plans will vanish soon. I am thinking of growing some plants indoor like methi, coriander, mint, and Tulasi.

4. New Flavors

We have some new flavors coming in this season like pumpkin , maple, hazelnut, apple, salted caramel etc., 

Warm soups are good in the coming cold season. Hot chocolates will be available everywhere. Pumpkin spice latte is the popular one though. 

I feel, the fall is about all these things. It's a beautiful time of the year where nature gives us hope that change can be good.

What do you like about this time of the year?

Until next time,

I received this tag from my blogger friend Lata Sunil at (Kaapitimes.wordpress.com). It’s my pleasure to pass on this tag to Kala Ravi who blogs at http://www.relaxnrave.com/

There are 38 of us on this Blog Hop and it will be spread over 3 days – 4, 5, 6 October  2019. Do follow the #WordsMatter Blog Hop and prepare to be surprised! 


suchita said...

Fall colours is so apt! My sister loves the spooky so she's celebrating a month long halloween party on her Instagram 😅

Corinne Rodrigues said...

I would love to experience fall. The colours in the photographs are breathtaking. Enjoy the season.

Parul said...

I would love to experience Fall. Those colors are breathtaking. Ramya, your pictures are marvellous. You must share them. Stunning shots.
Thanks for joining #WordsMatter.

Obsessivemom said...

Fall is the best time of the year. I wish we had it here in India. I just have to satisfy myself with pictures on timelines of friends.

Esha M Dutta said...

Beautiful colours and what a season fall must be! I've never experienced the beauty of fall and now the more I see the more I realise what I'm missing! Loved your post Ramya.

Shubhra said...

Fall colours look amazing. Indeed it is that time of the year when everything is orange, yellow and spooky with Halloween. Along with the many flavours of hot drinks. #WordsMatter

Amrita said...

Love the fall colours and this season of change.

shalz75 said...

I love the color of the leaves in the fall- such rich luxurious reds and rusts. I love the pretty pictures you have shared here. The Fall flavors are very tempting too and I love cinnamon the best this time of the year. It makes a great add to my cup of tea in winters.

Vinay Leo R. said...

Even I love reading about the fall colors :) In clicks taken by friends in the West, and in their posts, the colors are so vivid. Love it.

Kala Ravi said...

Ohh yes, I am in awe of the fall colours! In India we never see them. The pumpkin spiced latte sounds yummy! I love the festive air in the last three months of the year.

Sunita Saldhana said...

The first time I experienced fall was when I had gone to Istanbul years ago. Till then it was just a description in a book. But that year, I saw the magic of the colours, so vibrant, so beautiful; I could only stand and stare in awe!

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