Saturday, October 22, 2016

Fall in Georgetown

There are a number of things I miss about living in New York, but the thing I'm finding it hardest to miss is fall in the city - there's really nothing like it. Every Friday morning during the fall, I'd pick up a latte at our local coffee shop and head to the park for a walk and some leaf documenting. These were some of the most quintessential, magical New York moments for me and this year it's been sad to not be there... until yesterday! Aaron and I had planned to meet after his workday was over for a drink in Georgetown, so Hazel and I headed down a bit early for a walk amongst all of the beautiful streets, and I was won over by the magic that is fall in this part of DC. The combination of gloomy skies and fallen leaves (but still enough on the trees) made it such a memorable afternoon, and a lot less sad to be missing fall in New York.  photo IMG_9418_zpsj7ym0sze.jpg  photo IMG_9422_zps9pi00djl.jpg  photo IMG_9429_zpsus069fmw.jpg  photo IMG_9441_zpstbjpnwmv.jpg  photo IMG_9452_zpsgg6vwxng.jpg  photo IMG_9458_zpshlevzspz.jpg  photo IMG_9473_zps8azru1di.jpg  photo IMG_9475_zpsdu0b1clo.jpg  photo IMG_9476_zpsvlgxwzvg.jpg  photo IMG_9477_zps9sb4ttgb.jpg  photo IMG_9493_zpsri1cl37h.jpg  photo IMG_9500_zpsn5anuasf.jpg  photo IMG_9507_zpsb3udvhqo.jpg  photo IMG_9513_zps7doooxk4.jpg

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