Autumn in New York

IMG_2863 IMG_2873 IMG_2870 IMG_2893 IMG_2897 IMG_2887 IMG_2864 IMG_2868 IMG_2884 IMG_2854 IMG_2879 IMG_2859 IMG_2881 IMG_2909 IMG_2899 IMG_2912 IMG_2915A couple of weeks ago James and I took a walk down by the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which is at the end of our street, and through the streets around us in Clinton Hill. It was a spectacular day – freezing cold but bright and clear and sunny, so perfect for leaf-peeping! There’s a particular stretch along the navy yard that I love, where the rough brick and concrete walls and the wire and wooden fences are covered with vines and self-seeded trees and vines spring out of the cracks in the bricks. Inside this part of the navy yard are incredible old abandoned houses now overgrown with wild vines and trees (you can read a little about it here).

Autumn in New York is something truly spectacular and now that it is almost all over I’m so glad we took a few moments to enjoy it in all its glory.



This entry was published on November 22, 2014 at 10:33 pm. It’s filed under grow, inspire and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “Autumn in New York

  1. I agree truly spectacular!

  2. Beautiful! I love Autumn!

  3. Looks very beautiful Anna, I agree

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