At the autumnal equinox  the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, from north to south; this marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. It's one of two times a year when the Sun crosses the equator, and the day and night are of approximately equal length. From www.inforplease.com

"Now we have reached the autumn of our lives. It is a beautiful season when we feel still full of vigor and much-inspired to continue with our endeavors, though mellowed by time. But we are aware that winter is not far off--only three full months from the end...". Loly Isiderio-Perez

 

    I See the Sun Smile  |  Sunset            Running   Equinox  |  Forever   Icarus  Setting  | Grey Out  |  Shadow Anymore
    I See the Moon  |  Tale of a Seashell   Only One  |  Eclipse |  Invisible | Forever  Fantasy  | Other  Full  | Once Upon a Time
    I See the Stars Dance | Dust | Flower | Wish | Another | Angel | Twinkle | Always | Certain | Dreams | Instead | Guide | Heaven
    I See the Clouds | Will You? | I Will | For Two  | Where | Somewhere  | Illusions