Autumn in New York

Okay, it’s not New York, it’s Phoenix…but really, this is Phoenix?

The first day of winter is tomorrow, but down here in the desert, fall is in full swing. I’m not entirely sure what kind of trees these are in the picture above, but along with the Chinese Elms and others, the leaves have suddenly started falling all around the downtown area and it’s just beautiful. Having lived in the outskirts of town for awhile, we don’t really see stuff like this too often. Fall leaves, sidewalks that aren’t right on the curb…it’s more like a place back east. I wasn’t expecting to see this at all…and it’s been a joy to drive up and down some of the smaller downtown streets, checking out the older houses and the fall colors.

The more I live downtown, the more I love discovering the awesome little secrets Phoenix has and the moments I can capture on camera.

4 replies
  1. Mark Garbowski
    Mark Garbowski says:

    Hey that does look like New York, but not currently. It’s a brisk 29F as I type, and unofficially at least, one of the coldest bitter Decembers in recent memory. Old-built residential city neighborhoods can be among the best places to live, with a neat combination of walking/driving accessibility to stores and services.
    Real nice POV and mix of colors in the image.

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