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MY NEW YORK// the way the leaves and light cast shadows like lace on brick

drooping plants down the street (1 of 1)
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red brick ferns (1 of 1)
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41 mail (1 of 1) Screen Shot 2012-09-19 at 10.59.23 PM church (1 of 1)

I took some time today to walk slowly and with care around Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill and up into Brooklyn Heights today. I wanted simply to feel the cool and holy air that signals this season of autumn. To feel the weight of the camera against my chest and in my hand. I am so unutterably grateful for this area in which I live. For the small streets and meat shops and farm-to-table restaurants. The red brick and cobble stone streets and draping plants.


Courtney said...

Beautiful photos Meg! I especially love numbers 1, 6, 7, and 8. Isn't it the best to go for a stroll with your camera and really see the little details around the neighborhood? It's my favorite thing to do, it always relaxes me and leaves me with a greater appreciation of where I am at this point in my life, physically and mentally : )

Rachael said...

I love your wanderings.

Ashley said...

These pictures are gorgeous! Makes me antsy for my trip to NY in October!

M. Eileen said...

oh, love!

Jacqueline said...

you sure make nyc look beautiful. i'm loving your wanderings and thoughts!

Bridget said...

meg, these pictures are so beautiful.

i really want to visit new york now.

Diana said...

Autumn weather is by far the best for exploring--it is as if everything comes more alive to my senses. I appreciate things so much more in this season.

Beautiful pictures. I love those areas of Brooklyn and the way you've captured them is lovely. Numbers 1 and 7 are my favorites!

I hope you were able to enjoy the weather today. I'm in Pennsylvania, about 1 1/2 hours from the city and it was gorgeous out today.

chrissy said...

your life looks so fun. i would love to live amongst such beautiful architecture. such an atmosphere!

Anonymous said...

you take the most beautiful photos i've ever seen.