Monday, September 21, 2015

Look Back at Summer in NYC 2015

A sunset over the Hudson

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A walk through University Heights in the Bronx

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and across the High Bridge from the Bronx to High Bridge Park in Manhattan

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A hike through Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx

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A stroll through Fort Tryon Park in Northern Manhattan

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with a stop at the Cloisters

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Sunshine by the East River at Carl Schurz Park

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Green shadows at the Pond in the southeast corner of Central Park

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6 comments:

Brian Joseph said...

Some great pictures.

I usually welcome fall but this year summer seems to have gone by so quickly that I am sad to see it go.

I have never been to Van Cortlandt Park. It looks like a great place to walk.

bibliophilica said...

Beautiful! Love the pics!

HKatz said...

@ Brian - thanks. Van Cortlandt Park is pretty big. Some parts are worth walking through because you can feel as if you're in a forest (though not entirely - usually you'll still hear cars, or reggae maybe). Most people I've seen bike through it; and there are a bunch of athletic fields too.

@ Jay - thanks! Each of these brings back lovely memories for me.

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

Hi Hila,

I have never visited NYC, although friends and family who have, loved it.

Your beautiful pictures show scenes I would never have imagined if those friends and family hadn't seen it for themselves, so thanks for sharing your time and bringing their descriptions to life.

I always enjoy your photographic commentary of your walks through the year :)

Yvonne

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely photos

HKatz said...

@ Yvonne - thanks! I like finding (and showing) parts of the city that people don't usually know about if they haven't explored it.

@ Juliet - thank you :)