@AP's social media editor, helping 2K+ journalists with newsgathering and engagement. I enjoy finding berries in parks, but changing diapers is my main hobby.
Weeks after moving, we're finally putting books away. Thoughts on my organizational system?
One more shot near the Harlem Meer — peachy maple leaves near the water:
Here's a last gasp of autumn in Central Park — a red maple and a willow:
A fisherman casts his line on the shore of Central Park's Harlem Meer:
Here's the Harlem Meer in Central Park, looking northeast from the south shore:
Thanksgiving goose, anyone? Plenty to choose from in the cemetery:
Out for a Thanksgiving stroll in the Philly suburbs. It looks wintry — barely any leaves on the trees:
Was the floor at @Starbucks this color last week? I don't think it was. Extreme Christmas makeover?
I'll conclude today's Central Park tour with this very red maple tree. Thanks for tagging along!
This alien-looking thing is a bit of an osage orange in Central Park. Some use them as a bug repellent.
The Harlem Meer, a red maple tree, a couple of ducks. A little something for everyone. #CentralPark
The Harlem Meer, seen from the west end. Don't be alarmed by the snow — Zamboni shavings. #CentralPark
Busy day at the skating rink in upper Central Park. Guess summer is over.
A view up the creek toward a waterfall in the Central Park Ravine:
I've probably taken 50 pictures of this Central Park waterfall over the years. But I can't help myself.
Here's the entrance to the Central Park Ravine, with a bright yellow maple tree beyond:
The predominant foliage color in Central Park is peach, probably because of all the tupelos and hazels.
Here's the little creek that flows through the Ravine in upper Central Park:
It's easier than usual to figure out what kind of oak leaves these are. Any guesses? #CentralPark
Here's a tupelo tree with two shades of orange. An overachiever, that tupelo. #CentralPark
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