Sunday, November 01, 2009

November in the Park

Happy first day of November, All Saints Day. I waited until all but a few stragglers finished the New York Marathon before venturing over to Central Park, just before sundown. Here are a few joyous photos from Harlem Meer and Conservatory Garden.













Ain't Fall grand? Welcome to November!


6 comments:

chux said...

what beautiful images! I must say my little old town by the sea has benefited from a lovely Autumn so far. I'm sure it wont last.

I'm also here to TAG YA!
Please see my post on my 5 favourite music singles and let me know yours!

btw is paint ball ok over there to deter the Trick or Treaters? Only a thought..he he

chux said...

No need for videos, unless you want to. It's more the list than anything else. If you want to add links so others can enjoy that is up to you.

Also don't forgot to comment on the ones i've sent and rate them if you want.

nice to hear from you! all the best

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Pictures! Fall is the Best! You have more colorful leaves left on your trees than we do. We have had so much rain and wind it is looking rather wintry/bleak here in the mountains of N. Georgia.
Bro.

Joy Des Jardins said...

What great photos Mary. Beautiful park pictures. I really enjoyed them. We've had some pretty chilly, rainy and windy Autumn days here in the suburbs of Chitown. Very few nice crisp Fall days....feeling kind of cheated out of Fall so far to be honest. I think we're going to go right into an early winter here....RATS! Never really had all of our beautiful Autumn colors that I so love....just some of them. I didn't even see many kids out for Halloween this year...DOUBLE RATS! Had lots of candy leftover...just what I needed. Take care sweetie... ~Joy

Anonymous said...

All the leaves are brown, and the sky is gray. I've been for a walk on a winter's day........

Liz said...

Beautiful!