My Favorite Things – Early Fall in Central Park

Actually, I should preface this post to say that my favorite thing of late is just getting a free hour to walk outside with my camera!  With the New York City Ballet fall season well underway, there’s been little time for anything but practicing, rehearsing and performing.  But today I DID get a free hour and the weather just happened to be sublime.  Fall is only just beginning here, but even so the light is starting to change and a few leaves are following suit as well.

Here’s what I saw on my walk…

red-tree-berries

san-remo-towers-in-the-early-fall

pink-flower

leaves-turning-colors-in-central-park

pale-green-and-dark-blue-foliage

yellow-leaves-and-red-berries

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4 responses to “My Favorite Things – Early Fall in Central Park

  1. Sharon Miranda

    Wow. These are beautiful – such gorgeous colors! Xo

    • Time to come visit! Actually, the colors are just at the very beginning. Who knows, with the weird weather we are having these days, fall might not really start until Christmas this year!

      I love you! J

      On Thu, Oct 6, 2016 at 10:45 PM, JOANA MIRANDA STUDIO wrote:

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  2. Denise Pellegrino

    Ah… Fall my favorite time of the year!… Miss it so much!… Great pics Joana, you brought me back!😍

    Sent from my iPad

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    • Hi Denise,

      We’ve gotten the tail end of Hurricane Matthew – just lots of rain and and some colder temps, though. I hope you are ok and that you weren’t hit too badly where you are.

      Have a great Sunday! Joana

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