Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Roosevelt Island Autumn Hues

The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge
Trees at the FDR Four Freedoms Park with the United Nations Building (across the East River) in the background
Autumn leaves at the Roosevelt Island Tram Station
The Queensboro/Ed Koch Bridge
Autumn leaves with the Smallpox Hospital (Renwick Ruin) in the background
Roosevelt Island, a narrow island in the East River of New York City, lies between Manhattan to its west and the borough of Queens to its east. The parks on this island, especially the FDR Four Freedoms Park are beautiful and serene all throughout the year. Autumn is a magical time to visit the island and enjoy fall foliage.  


Lily Hydrangea said...

Wow! one picture is better than the next. Gorgeous shots Noel.

Anonymous said...

Your compositions are fantastic Noel - love your lines! You're such at natural. JanUk

Noel Y. C. said...

Thank you Jan and Lily for your appreciation.

Alice said...

It has been a wonderful autumn for color and it has been terrific that it lasted so long. I warned my family it would probably be all gone by the time we came back from our week in Mexico. Sure enough, trees full of colorful leaves were naked and snow was flying!
I missed you all (Noel plus the "regulars")during my week, but I enjoyed it much, all the same.