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Hello fall, hello spring

Saturday, September 22, marked the start of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. CNN celebrated the change of seasons with a global photo project. Victoria Hussey <a href='http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-847103'>shot this photo</a> with the new iPhone 5 on an evening walk in Clinton, Michigan. Saturday, September 22, marked the start of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. CNN celebrated the change of seasons with a global photo project. Victoria Hussey shot this photo with the new iPhone 5 on an evening walk in Clinton, Michigan.
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Clinton, Michigan
Lac Du Cours, Wisconsin
Tucson, Arizona
Ogden, Utah
Beirut, Lebanon
Chicago, Illinois
Cashiers, North Carolina
Telemark, Norway
Miami Beach, Florida
Bowie, Maryland
Chuseok, South Korea
Destin, Florida
San Diego, California
Leeds, United Kingdom
Marquette, Michigan
Hot Springs, Arkansas
China Lake, Maine
Deerfield, Illinois
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Huntington Beach, California
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • The September equinox began Saturday
  • Users uploaded photos to iReport, using the CNN mobile apps
  • The best shots were showcased as part of "Our Mobile Society" initiative

(CNN) -- Saturday marked the start of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere.

CNN celebrated the change of seasons with a global mobile photography project.

The challenge was simple: On September 22, 2012, go outdoors and take a photo with your phone. The only requirements were that the photo be horizontal, shot on Saturday and have no filters. The photos were shared on social media with the hashtags #hellofall and #hellospring.

We received more than 1,700 submissions from six continents, including plenty of pumpkins and colorful leaves, but also shots of beaches and even one taken underwater!

Users uploaded photos to iReport using the CNN mobile apps, via email and on iReport.com. Check out some of the best in the gallery above.

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