If there’s a perfect season to visit New York City, it’s the fall. The sky is alive and vision feels crisper. The trees are raining with color. There’s a leafy crunch on the ground that’s not snow! I love this city in the fall.
There are also some pretty outstanding sunsets. I’m not sure why this is, but every year the fall brings with it a canvas of color. I only wish I could capture them better! Digital cameras just don’t do justice. (Or maybe it’s a user error. Yeah, probably that.)
That’s the view from our living room window. It’s pretty great, isn’t it? I mean, if you like city life. Believe me, there are many days where I’d rather have this view but this one is pretty great as well—at least for now.
I feel pretty lucky these days, Internet. And I just wanted to write that down.
Michele, you ARE lucky.
Beautiful view, and from your living room? Double lucky.
I wish I could live up north. I’m going to bring it up with my huz if we move anytime soon.
By the way, how’s Emory? Everything well?
I took this shot from your roof while caring for the cats one time. Unfortunately I couldn’t get up there in time to capture all the midtown buildings reflecting the red. It was one of the most beautiful cityscapes I’ve seen … you do have a wonderful place.