Kevin Bennett | BDN
A maple leaf comes to rest on a moss-covered log on the outskirts of Bangor on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 marks the first day of autumn. With fall approaching at a steady pace along with temperatures and leaves dropping every where, the smell of wood smoke should be filling the air soon. Buy Photo
Tom Groening | BDN
Members of the Model A Club of Cape Cod, visiting the Point Lookout resort in Northport, stopped in Belfast on Friday afternoon where one of their cars broke down. Making repairs are Joe Grobleski (working on engine), George Adams (center) and Paul April. The 1930 Model A's starter wasn't working, but it was repaired within 15 minutes, something Betty Adams, who owns the car with her husband George, said wouldn't be possible on a modern car. Buy Photo
John Minchillo | AP
Greg Packer, 49, celebrates as he enters the Fifth Avenue Apple store for the release of the iPhone 5 on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in New York. Hundreds of people waited in line through the early morning to be among the first to get their hands on the highly anticipated phone.
Vahid Salemi | AP
Iranian army troops march in a military parade commemorating the start of the Iraq-Iran war 32 years ago, in front of the mausoleum of the late revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini, just outside Tehran, Iran, on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012.
Philippe Wojazer | AP
French President Francois Hollande walks back from the train car symbolizing the Drancy camp, during the inauguration of the new Shoah memorial in Drancy, a Paris suburb, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. France has inaugurated a memorial to tens of thousands of Jews forced into a World War II internment camp that was set up with cooperation from the Nazi collaborationist Vichy government.
K.M. Chaudary | AP
Pakistani protesters topple a shipping container police used to block the road to the U.S. consulate in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday, Sept 21, 2012. Tens of thousands protested around the country against an amateurish anti-Muslim film produced in the United States and vulgar caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in a French satirical weekly after the government encouraged peaceful protests and declared a national holiday "Love for the Prophet Day." Demonstrations turned violent in several Pakistani cities and more than a dozen people were killed and many more injured.