Monday, September 21, 2015

Look Back at Summer in NYC 2015

A sunset over the Hudson


A walk through University Heights in the Bronx


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


A hike through Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx


A stroll through Fort Tryon Park in Northern Manhattan


with a stop at the Cloisters


Sunshine by the East River at Carl Schurz Park


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



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 :)


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 :)