I'm probably getting ahead of myself. The leaves haven't even started to change colour yet, at least not downtown where I live. And there's really no chill in the air either, just the humidity's gone, which I love. So from my perspective, the weather couldn't be better. But it is almost the end of September and I've always dreaded Fall.
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Canada's tree-covered wilderness and cool fall temperatures create some of the world's most vibrant fall foliage. The autumn colours are more intense in the Great White North's eastern provinces, and the most populated, east-central province of Ontario is one of the best for viewing them in jaw-dropping settings.
Some of the most northern states offer fall foliage displays that are known as the best in the world. This year, above-average temperatures have kept the trees from reaching peak colours in September and early October as they usually do. Now is the perfect time to plan a quick trip into the U.S.
Summer is drawing to a close, as Alberta is all too aware, but that's actually great news for people who love gorgeous views. And who doesn't love a gorgeous view? Fall, which starts on at 10:30 p.m....
Fall’s tells are plentiful. There are the shorter days, crisper air and the expanded gourd selection in supermarkets. Suddenly squash becomes chefs’ go-to side dish and on the sweeter side, everything...
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Fall 2013 is a good season to be alive, if only for the fashion. Autumn usually gets a bad rap for its darker colours and heavier fabrics, but this time, we’re at no loss for bright hues and bold shad...
With crisp weather, fallen leaves and darker days ahead of us, a colourful getaway this autumn season can be the perfect remedy to inspire, uplift and rejuvenate even the weariest traveller. Now mark...
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Canada has had some weird weather this year and that has had an impact on the fall colours now on display in some areas. As well, historic patterns of when trees are at their most colourful, and how c...
Red is sexy. It's provocative and alluring, stimulating and flirtatious. You need to be pretty confident to wear red. But what if you're not? Well, you can do what many women will be doing this Fall. You can sidestep the bright, attention seeking red and go for its sister colours. No cousins. Umm, best friends?
A light shade of blue makes us feel completely different than an in-your-face orange. By recognizing how influential colour can be, we can use it to induce certain feelings.