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New York in autumn

Published on 22/05/17 in In travel

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New York in autumn

                     New York in autumn

Autumn in New York is the best season of all. Early in the morning, I walk in Central Park, not needing to hurry and, with each passing step I enjoy the foliage of the trees lit through by the rays of the sun. It's a sight I have never seen anywhere in the world, only in the paintings of the great painters.New York 2 1

This fascinating spectacle, both extraordinary and real, does not fade into some point on the horizon, or rather, my gaze does not sink in the golden-green foliage, but beyond this, meets the skyscrapers that rise high all around the park, reminding me that the city, first of all, is dynamic and filled with a squared logic emitting an incredible energy that in the early morning seems to descend from heaven and spread to the thousands of box/offices whose lights turn off with the coming of the day.New York City 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I walk slowly away from the park undesturbed by the hustle and the bustle of New Yorkers who, as the day progresses, flood the sidewalks of Fifth Avenue. Enchanted, I lift my eyes to admire the skyscrapers. It feels very much like being before immense European cathedrals with their soaring spiers and mysterious arches. In New York, however, there is no spirituality, but only a display of grandeur: There are the temples of high finance, equally mysterious, and they attract my gaze like magnets.

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However, along with this imposing and impersonal architecture that projects these towering buildings towards the sky, is the fragile beauty of nature to give its touch of measure to my gaze. These are the leafless branches of the trees in autumn, delicate and playful, like those in the landscapes of Chinese painters. They make me stop for a second look, realizing that trees dance everywhere. Unperturbed, they rise in a harmonious duet beside the skyscrapers.

Watch on Youtube Fifth Avenue and Central Park in autumn through my camera's "eye": https://youtu.be/SAwidoNK7k8

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