here and now: time at home

9th December 2014

autumn in new york city, central park, fall foliage

Sometime between the end of summer and the winter holidays comes a lull that calls for staying home, nesting, and prepping for a new school year (even if actual school years are long gone). I try to stave off my need to escape by planning new restaurants to go to and revisiting old neighborhoods. Last month, we took advantage of one of the last nice days to check out the fall foliage in Central Park.

sheep meadow in central park, new york city, fall foliage, autumn

Pretty magical, huh?

rocks and trees in central park, fall foliage

There’s nothing like the park on a crisp, sunny day. I much prefer visiting once the temperature has fallen and the breeze is back in the trees. Sometimes, all you can ask is to find the newness in your own backyard.

Do you have any favorite haunts in NYC?

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