This morning, I felt I lived in San Francisco as I walked in Riverside Park. The fog made everything quiet.
The muted fall colors and the sun somewhere behind the fog made me feel so good. So peaceful.
There is something sad, inevitable, beautiful about autumn in New York.
Maybe the bittersweet beauty is the reason writers write songs about New York this time of year.
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I remember the beauty. Happy in my new state, but also happy to be reminded of the loveliness of where I lived for so many years. Thank you.
Thanks Katherine. People don’t think of NYC as a beautiful place — as a place with natural beauty, but it is, especially in the spring and fall. Glad you have good memories of it!
We thought you might be interested in learning about Wave Hill’s 2012 Horticulture Lecture series, both on a personal level and for your blog. This series explores different perspectives on building gardens with discussions on integrating architecture and landscape design, the life of garden designer Rosemary Verey and restoration ecology in private gardens. The three lectures take place January 18th, February 22nd and March 21st.
Take a look at the press release here for more information: http://www.wavehill.org/about/documents/Wave%20Hill%20Announces%202012%20Horticulture%20Lectures.pdf
We hope you can join us!
I do not know much about gardening, but I am open to learn. I like untamed beauty that I just happen upon. But thanks for thinking of me Wave Hill. I would like to attend one of the lectures. Any time I visit Wave Hill I have an amazing time.