“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s quote reflects on seasons’ changes, observing that life is in constant renewal.
Tomorrow (Nov. 2), as they say, we fall back. If you’re on the Leaf Drop Live Cam, you might also fall down. Either way, this Sunday we go back in time and have reasons other than pumpkin spiced lattes to celebrate autumn.
Our Leaf Drop Cam in Massachusetts has become a Snow Cam with the onset of winter. A few facts about snow crystals [AKA snowflakes]: They are formed from water vapor that condenses directly into ice inside of clouds… Temperature and humidity are the two main factors that influence how the crystalline structure forms. At low humidity you get
Catch some of the magic of the fall season on the live cams: See the brown bears in Katmai National Park preparing for winter hibernation and visit the Leaf Drop Cam from Massachusetts. Fast Facts: A “Harvest Moon” is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. Also called a Full Hunter’s Moon, Blood Moon,