Autumn Nature HD Wallpapers

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    Autumn Nature HD Wallpapers

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    A collection of high-quality images of wonderful autumn nature.
    More than 40 stunning high-resolution pictures for the desktop of your Android device.
    The application allows you to choose any wallpaper and set it to your device in one touch.
    - Only HD Wallpapers
    - Only handpicked images
    - Original, high quality, convenient!

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    Interesting facts about autumn nature: Autumn is a season of change from summer to winter. It is known as Fall in some parts of North America because of the falling leaves of deciduous trees. Autumn begins with the Autumnal equinox. As the earth tilts closer to the sun, days become shorter and nights grow longer.

    There are new stars in the autumn sky. As summer turns into autumn, a new cycle of stars is visible. In the northern hemisphere Cassiopeia, Pegasus, and Cygnus grace the night sky.

    The autumn weather changes to cooler temperatures. Autumn’s weather can be wicked. September is the month that averages the most hurricanes. In some areas autumn is the season for the most rainfall, due to tropical storms and hurricanes.
    Autumn leaves turn fiery-red in an attempt to store up as much goodness as possible from leaves and soil before a tree settles down for the winter. The worse the quality of soil, the more effort a tree will put in to recovering nutrients from its leaves, and the redder they get.

    That's the conclusion that Emily Habinck from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, came to after looking at trees in a flood plain and in an adjacent upland area. The soil in the upland area was low in nutrients, and the leaves there were bright red. In the floodplain, where the soil was packed full of goodness, the autumn leaves remained yellow.

    "In a nutshell: the redder a leaf is, the more nutrients it is going to recycle," explains Habinck, who presents her findings at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, today.
    These pictures are in high resolution (HD Wallpapers) and look great on android devices with any screen resolution (480x854, 960x540, 1280x720, 480x800, 1280x800, 480x320)

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