Photo Diary | Autumn Walk


I’ve lived in Arizona my entire life until this fall, and living in the desert doesn’t really accommodate the changing seasons. But ever since I’ve been living in New Jersey with my cousins, I’ve experienced my first real fall season, from the changing leaves to the crisper mornings and the perpetual crunching under your feet. It’s just absolutely beautiful, maybe even more so because my family lives in a more woodsy area with farms and forests.

We went for a walk at a famous Morristown spot called Jockey Hollow, and of course I had to bring my camera to capture the fleeting beauty of fall as the weather gets colder.

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2 thoughts on “Photo Diary | Autumn Walk

  1. pineconesandpaintbrushes says:

    Even if New England autumns are inarguably the best, Jersey ones aren’t so far behind. I lived around Morristown this time of the year last year and you captured the foliage so well that it gives me nostalgia! I just happened to stumble across your blog and I’m glad you seemed to be liking New Jersey. Hugs!


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