We’re New Yorkers through-and-through. While we love our city in every season, New York is surely at its best in the Fall. Woody Allen sets movies here all the time; Nora Ephron famously wrote about it being like a new set of sharpened pencils; almost every movie Meg Ryan has starred in has included at least one scene with Central Park’s fall foliage. Coincidence? We think not.
Why do we love New York in the fall? Let us count the ways. Sipping on a hot coffee on our brisk morning walk to work; usually not having to worry about whether the subway will be air-conditioned or a complete hot-box; riding our bike through the park and having a latte on the Highline. We are enamoured with that back-to-school fresh feeling; it’s like everything is new again. There’s a peace that sweeps over new York in the fall that makes us feel…dare we say…hopeful for humanity? Scroll down for our photo diary of New York in the fall, and capture a bit of that magic for yourself wherever you are.
*Photos by Danielle Kosann