Parks in all their Autumnal/Fall Glory

Red, orange, yellow and green. Vibrance to wow you as light shines through the leaves. America really does Autumn/Fall properly.

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York

Like London, New York and Philadelphia do parks really well (New Zealand, you can learn from these places). New York has Central Park, which is home to some awesome statues and a memorial to John Lennon, as well as a few lovely lakes that are lovely to get lost around. Unfortunately I’m not joking about getting lost. I literally walked for 2 hours in a circle before ending up where I started in Central Park. But over the course of the rest of that afternoon and my last day I saw most of Central Park in all its autumnal glory.

Alice in Wonderland statue in Central Park, New York

Alice in Wonderland statue in Central Park, New York

Mouse in Alice in Wonderland statue Mad Hatter in Alcie in Wonderland statue

Central Park

Central Park

Imagine - the John Lennon memorial

‘Imagine’, John Lennon Memorial in Central Park, New York

Lake in Central Park

Lake in Central Park

Lake in Central Park

Lake in Central Park

Squirrel in Central Park

Squirrel in Central Park amongst the leaves

Prospect Park didn’t disappoint as I mentioned in a previous post. Also very beautiful. Likewise driving past Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park, it also looked incredible.

Autumn Fall in Philadelphia

Autumn/Fall in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Love Park

Philadelphia Love Park

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