Sunday, November 16, 2008

fallen leaves in McCarren Park

Despite the recent spell of warm weather New York has received over the past few weeks (which made for good street partying post-election, mind you), the trees in McCarren Park are not fooled. It's autumn. And as such, leaves must fall.

You can barely make out in the background of the picture (and you wouldn't be able to see it if you didn't know it was there) is the largest leaf pile I have ever seen. I went to the farmers market early that morning, and so the paths had yet to be cleared. There was something beautiful about riding over a carpet of leaves.

CONSUMED: McCarren Park (the side west of Driggs); Greenpoint (Brooklyn)

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