Dew gathers on a spider's web as early morning mist lingers over the City of Bath on October 9 2008 in Somerset, England. Many parts of the country are beginning to see the first signs off autumn after one of the wettest summers on record. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images Europe) The beginning of autumn is always much anticipated. The weather begins to cool, dew forms in the morning and streets are lined with falling leaves that have changed from green, to orange or yellow. It's time for...Read Full Story
Members of The Druid Order of London conduct a ceremony on Primrose Hill to celebrate the Autumn Equinox on September 22, 2008 in London, England. The Druid Order of London, which was founded in Oxford in 1245 but can trace its history back even further, has been conducting the Autumn Equinox ceremony on Primose Hill (which celebrates the harvest and the calender day that has equal amounts of night and day) since 1717. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images Europe) The Druid Order of London has...Read Full Story
The first day of autumn is Sept. 22 in accordance with the Autumnal Equinox. The equinox is celebrated by several pagan faiths.