Autumn in Canada is an intoxicating season. During this season, nature dyes the entire world in golden and red colors, and the most eye-catching thing among them is the beautiful red maple leaves.
After October arrives, the original green leaves gradually begin to change color. Those facing the sun tend to turn red earlier, while some trees gradually change color from top to bottom. In mid-October, after an autumn rain, there are basically no green leaves on the earth, leaving only a golden and fiery world. Whether in a city park or on the roadside in a community, red maple leaves are swaying in the breeze. They are like gifts given by nature to this land, bringing endless joy to people.
On a Saturday in mid-October, at my uncle’s suggestion, we drove to a nearby place where we could watch maple leaves. We walked in the woods near the community, as if we had entered a fairy tale world. The red maple leaves sparkle in the sun, and they fall gently in the breeze, like angel feathers, fluttering. The path under your feet was paved with maple leaves into a golden carpet, and every step was taken in the soft warmth. Looking from a distance, the dense maple leaves look like the ground is full of flowers, quiet and beautiful. When you are there, you feel like you can hear the heartbeat of nature and feel the power of life.
Sunsets and rains have been somewhat frequent in recent times, and different weather conditions also show us different aspects of autumn. Sometimes it is misty in the morning, and walking in the park gives you a unique feeling of being in a fantasy forest. At the same time, after the autumn rain, the sunset in the evening is also particularly dazzling, with golden light covering the earth, echoing the red leaves. What’s even more interesting is that after the shower, a very large rainbow was discovered near the community for several days. Seen from a distance, the rainbow emits colorful beams of light from the woods, forming a semicircle around our house, while the other side lands in the farmland in the distance. In Western tradition, seeing a rainbow indicates good luck and good things will happen. It may also be a sign that everything we do will get better and better until it reaches perfection.
Since entering November, the traces of autumn have gradually begun to dissipate, and the smell of winter has become more and more obvious. Although autumn is over, we still miss those warm moments and those beautiful scenery. Autumn brings us too much scenery and too much beauty. It also brings us the omen of good things to come, the omen of good luck and happiness. Every red leaf carries the blessing of nature, and every autumn rain nourishes the earth. Even though the cold is coming, we still have hope for the future. Cold winter will usher in warm spring. Let us be grateful, cherish the wonderful memories left in autumn, and welcome the upcoming new season. I believe that there will be more wonderful times waiting for us in the days to come.