September 26, 2012 -- Updated 1615 GMT (0015 HKT) | Filed under: Mobile
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.
"I saw the early morning fog and thought it was a very interesting shot," said Yves Preston, who used an iPhone 4S to get this shot in Lac Du Cours, Wisconsin.
Marcia Rieke always has her phone with her -- an HTC Sensation -- but doesn't often use it to take pictures. She captured this sunrise from her balcony in Tucson, Arizona.
Christopher Lampiris recently purchased a house in the canyon of Ogden, Utah, and was "amazed at the beautiful scenery and colors" on the first day of autumn. This photo was shot with an iPhone 4.
In Beirut, Lebanon, Carol Boyadjian woke up early to get this shot of clouds with her Samsung Galaxy S2. "The sky in Lebanon looks amazing in the mornings," she said.
"I was really excilarated by the crisp autumn breeze, the bright sunshine, and the bluest skies I have ever seen on the first day of fall," said Gardenia Hung, who used her Samsung phone to shoot the Cloud Gate stainless steel sculpture at Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois.
Mary Kay Flick spotted this pumpkin tractor while enjoying a fall day in the mountains of Cashiers, North Carolina. This photo was taken with an iPhone 4S.
"Fall is my favorite season of the year," said Hans-Dieter Fleger, who used an iPhone 4S to capture this view of the Rauland Mountains in Telemark, Norway.
James Stephenson used the ProCamera app on his iPhone 4 to get this action shot of his daughter on a rainy day in Miami Beach, Florida.
CNN iReporter Michael Ingram had his friend shoot this photo of him and his sons Eli and Dashiell in a swimming pool in Bowie, Maryland. He says he was "inspired by the possibilities of underwater photography. The color and light were amazing to me." This photo was taken with an iPhone 4S (using an underwater case).
"The rice is almost ready to be harvested, the sun was shining, and there were lovely flowers blooming all along the road," said Michelle Park in Chuncheon, South Korea. She shot this photo with her iPhone 4S.