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Nahla's Editorial Note

The majestic colours of Autumn make it almost everyone's favourite time of year. As we warmly wrap up in coats and scarves, who doesn't love the look of the fallen foliage and the crunchy sound of stepping over the gold, red, orange and at times even pink and purple leaves. It is a time of change, mystery and contemplation of the life cycle, endings and renewal.

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