NYC | Autumn in Central Park
I've finally seen it, y'all. I've been to Central Park in the middle of fall! I was so excited to take this trip a couple weeks ago to see my friends, but also because I knew Central Park was in its prime autumn beauty. And. It. Was.
Everywhere you looked was a new, bright color. It was definitely a site to see.
After walking around for a bit, looking for the "prettiest" trees, we stumbled upon the Belvedere Castle. It was such a cool find, and it gave us some great views of the great lawn and the city.
"Calvert Vaux, co-designer of the Park, created the miniature castle in 1869 as a whimsical structure looking out on the reservoir to the north (now the Great Lawn) and the Ramble to the south. Belvedere provides the highest and best views of the Park and the adjacent cityscape. The castle's name is fitting, because it translates to "beautiful view" in Italian." - Central Park Conservancy
Since we did have such a great view, we had to stop and have some mini photo shoots. I think everybody went away with a new profile picture that day!