Autumn is a Kaleidoscope of Colours

“Anyone who thinks fallen leaves are dead has never watched them dancing on a windy day.” Shira Tamir On Monday, September 23rd, the summer ended with the autumn equinox (Latin for “equal night”) which officially marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. The nights are going to be longer than the day.  Watching the colours of leaves … Continue reading Autumn is a Kaleidoscope of Colours

First time since 1905

Even though we do not feel like spring in most parts of the northern hemisphere yet, today we are stepping into the beginning of a new season with the Spring Equinox of 2019. And as a nice coincidence, it is coming together with the “Full Worm Super Moon,” the third and final full super moon of 2019. The moon will appear slightly larger in the … Continue reading First time since 1905