Autumn leaves. Central Park, New York City.
Under a canopy of elm trees, nothing is quite as beautiful as the warmth that emanates from fallen autumn leaves.
Scattered like fiery embers, they are strewn about only suspended in motion for a short time before the wind stirs them from their molten slumber.
If winter had but one dream, it would be of this.
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