Sunday, October 25, 2009

Westchester in the Fall

You would be hard pressed to find anyone who would tell you that the weather in New Yorks beats the weather in California at anytime of year, but if their is a superior season on the East Coast, it has to be the two or three weeks in the fall when the trees put on a show, shimmering and waving deep red and bright gold leaves in the crisp, autumn air.

We are in the middle of that time right now, and I have spent the past two days wandering along the Bronx River parkway near our house in Hartsdale. While these pictures cannot truly express the beauty here in Westchester, they do give a sense of how glorious it is here right now.

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