02 November 2015

Sleepy Hollow




"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." -Jim Bishop

The final week in October boasts peak foliage around these parts: how is it possible that every year I forget how magnificent it is? Tiho and I spent Halloween evening in Sleepy Hollow, NY. We hiked through Rockefeller State Park Preserve for the hour leading up to sunset and then strolled the bustling main street of picturesque Tarrytown before stuffing ourselves silly at our favorite Greek restaurant in village center. While walking back to the car after dinner, we sipped hot cider and admired all of the costumed kids and adults running through the streets. It's so fun to think about next year's Halloween and how different that will be with an almost-one-year-old. Whoa!

[Photos: October 2015 / iPhone 6+]

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning photography.. the lighting, the colours. Scrumptious!

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  2. I can't believe I've lived in Rockland County NY right over the TZ bridge my whole life and never have been to that park! It's always so beautiful in Westchester this time of year! I'll have to stroll through Tarrytown soon! =)

    Melanie | Toots & Dill

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  3. That sounds like the most delightful evening! Your photos are gorgeous. We've really had such a pretty, vibrant fall this year!

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  4. gorgeous - loving all the colours & the light

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  5. The typically the per hour before sunset and next wandered typically the hectic significant st from attractive Tarry town previously stuffing personally daft by our favored Decorative fine dining through villi cardiovascular. Whereas walks oh no - your SUV subsequent to meals, we tend to sipped heated cider not to mention respected the different costumed teenagers not to mention grown persons sprinting via the alleys.

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