Photographer's Note

Polish autumn is truly beautiful !
Polish autumn starts really in September; on September 1st the sun rises around 4.46 a.m. and goes down around 6.24 p.m. a day lasts for about 13 and half an hour. On September 30th sun rises around 5.35 a.m. and sets down around 5.35 p.m. During this month a day’s length shortens by over 1.5 hour. On the 23rd of this month the number of day and night hours equal and this date is considered to be the first day of the calendar autumn/fall.The first autumn month, September, is usually beautiful, sunny and warm I Poland. Sun shines bright, but rays at a different angle and so that it is not as hot as in June and July. The nights become colder and at the end of the month it is not that rare to experience early morning slight ground frost.

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