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Published by on October 17, 2013

How To Enjoy First Day of Autumn 2015

Autumn, often known as fall in the US and Canada, is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter, in September (Northern Hemisphere) or March (Southern Hemisphere) when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier.One of its main features is the shedding of leaves from trees as they pave…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

How To Enjoy The Autumn In Paris

The autumn rentrée in Paris starts with a burst of energy for the new cultural season. Below are some of the best events, festivals and exhibitions taking place in the French capital in the coming month. Time for all things jazz with an international line-up of concerts at the Cité de la Musique and free…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

First Day of Fall 2013: The Autumnal Equinox

On the equinoxes, the very center of the Sun sets just 12 hours after it rises. But the day begins when the upper edge of the Sun reaches the horizon (which happens a bit before the center rises), and it doesn’t end until the entire Sun has set. Not only that, but the Sun is…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

Warmth of Nature Iluminated By The Sun

Daylight is by far the best light source. It’s free, sustainable and can give a sense of energy and well being. Sunset is an exciting time to make pictures. A landscape looks more lively and lush when photographed at sunset. The soft light brings life to subtle details. The time of sunset is defined in…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

Nishat Mughal Bagh – A Glimpse of Paradise

Located on the bank of the Dal Lake, with the Zabarwan Mountains as its backdrop, Nishat Bagh is a garden of bliss that commands a magnificent view of the lake beneath the snow capped Pir Panjal mountain range that stands far away to the west of the valley. The Bagh was designed and built in…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

The Paris Autumn Festival – Dance, Music & Fun

An important settlement for more than two millennia, by the late 12th century Paris had become a walled cathedral city that was one of Europe’s foremost centres of learning and the arts and the largest city in the Western world until the turn of the 18th century. Paris was the focal point for many important…

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Published by on October 17, 2013

Why Autumn Leaves May Be Dulled by Climate Change

Every year, New England and other northern regions reliably burst into a blaze of fall color. But this natural phenomenon will likely become less reliable as climate change disrupts the planet, experts say. Add those brilliant reds and oranges to the list of global warming victims.

Published by on October 17, 2013

The Most Magnificent Trees Of The World

The Bahu Fort is located in Jammu city in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The fort, originally built by Raja Bahulochan some 3,000 years ago, was refurbished by the Dogra rulers in the 19th century. The fort is a religious place, and within its precincts has a temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess…

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Published by on October 15, 2013

Did You Checked This New Autumn Trend?

Vionnet may have been last in the running at Paris S/S ’14 Fashion Week, but a host of top models stuck around for the gig. Jessica Hart, Lily Donaldson, Lindsey Wixson and Edie Campbell walked alongside Miranda Kerr who’s second look reminded us a tad too much of Kylie Minogue – circa 2001’s Can’t Get…

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Published by on October 15, 2013

The Seasonality of Gold – The Autumn Effect

This paper studies recurring annual events potentially introducing seasonality into gold prices. We analyze gold returns for each month from 1980 to 2010 and find that September and November are the only months with positive and statistically significant gold price changes. This “autumn effect” holds unconditionally and conditional on several risk factors. We argue that…

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