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Autumn colours in Amsterdam

The tree at the intersection of Brouwersgracht and Keizersgracht was one of the first trees in Amsterdam to start developing fall colours. Within no time it sported leaves in every possible shade you would associate with autumn.

Other trees along the canals followed suit shortly. The last three weeks have been an abolute riot of colours in Amsterdam:

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