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Was just evacuated from the Lincoln Square Theater — a smoke alarm went off. No sign of fire, though:
Walking to work on a rare late-arrival day. It's a crisp, beautiful morning on the Upper West Side:
Views of Central Park's Harlem Meer:
Pokeberries like these are all over Central Park right now. As pretty as they are poisonous.
Think I've spotted my first non-football sign of fall: red sassafras leaves in the Central Park grass:
Here's a hackberry tree in Central Park. Tiny fruits with a nice sweet potato-plus-citrus flavor:
Here's another part of Central Park's Harlem Meer, with a bit of Harlem in the background:
A corner of the Harlem Meer in upper Central Park:
Sad time of year for this Central Park spot. Too late to be a pool, too early to be a skating rink.
Here's the same Central Park waterfall (background), this time with the stream below it:
Here's a different view of my favorite Central Park waterfall, together with the stream that feeds it:
The Central Park Wildflower Meadow is looking well-named today....
Seeing a surprising number of flowers in Central Park. Which is probably why there are so many BEES!
Seeing lots of blue and purple berries in Central Park. Some kind of poisonous nightshade, I think.
Lots of juicy-looking rose hips in Central Park. Too much trouble for me, though. #TheLazyForager
Saw the 9/11 Tribute in Light from my roof, but then it turned off. So you just get a regular cityscape:
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