Central Park Fall Tour 2022

Hi friends, welcome back! This fall season really got away from me, but I made it in time to see Central Park before all the leaves fell. I was nervous I had missed all the gorgeous foliage, but when I got to Bow Bridge, I was absolutely amazed by the sight before me. Central Park sure is special!

I was clearly not expecting to be in a picture, hence my outfit, but when someone offers I can’t help but say yes πŸ™‚ It was a perfect day to wander around Central Park!

The Pond looked so pretty! This was as far north as I ventured, but if you want to see the northern part of Central Park in the fall you can check out my post from last year here.

Some lucky girl was going to have a very memorable day! I didn’t stick around to watch, but hopefully she said yes!

Bethesda Fountain is always a popular spot.

Walking through The Mall with the leaves falling and the scent of leaves mixed with those mouthwatering pecans made for the perfect NYC moment!

I visited a few days before the NYC Marathon so they were busy setting everything up. The city really comes out to support the marathoners!

If only I lived closer and could walk through here every day. It takes me about thirty minutes to get here from our apartment in the Financial District.

Wollman Ice Rink is all ready for the holiday season. Even though it was about 60*F this day, plenty of people laced up their skates for some fun.

The contrast of the park with the massive skyscrapers never gets old.

Last stop, the always beautiful Bow Bridge.

It was such a perfect fall day and I’m so happy I made it in time to see all the fall foliage. Hope you enjoyed this tour! This concludes β€œfall” on my blog and it’s all things Christmas from here on out πŸ™‚

42 thoughts on “Central Park Fall Tour 2022

  1. Oooooh, I was waiting for this post. Nice to see that it is still fall somewhere. Central Park is so beautiful in all seasons. Thanks for sharing Lyssy. Have a great week. Allan

    1. Yay! I’m so happy you were excited for this post πŸ™‚ Central Park sure is pretty all year long. Hope you have a great week too!

  2. Beautiful photos! I can’t believe people were already ice skating (or that they can maintain the rink when it’s that warm outside).

    1. Thank you! I agree, I wonder how they keep that ice. Rockefeller and Bryant Park ice rinks are open too already. I think it’s supposed to be a warmer winter too.

  3. Aaaand, we are back to Central Park…. boom! These shots positively drip with handsome autumnal tones Lyssy. Once again I am left cursing not having a teleporter at our disposal. We could just drop in for a few hours and then return to Tbilisi for our afternoon classes. Love how The Mall is just enveloped in shade.

    1. Lots of NYC content coming up πŸ™‚ If I had a dollar every time I wished I could teleport I could probably pay someone to invent it haha! It would be so amazing if we could wake up/go to sleep in our beds but have a day of exploring somewhere cool without the hassle of travel. As I was walking through The Mall a guide was explaining how it was planned to create shade one day.

    1. Thank you! The fall is my favorite time of year too πŸ™‚ It’s so pretty but not miserably cold yet.

  4. What a beautiful day for this photo shoot. Central Park is at its best and your photos are well chosen. You would make a great guide to the best spots in the park.

  5. Is the first photo Bow Bridge or the last several? Regardless, when the water reflects the image, as with the bridges, it makes for truly special photos. Central Park sure has its “moods”, every one of them stunning.

    1. The stone bridge is Gapstow Bridge, which is the first and last several. Bow Bridge is the gold-ish one. You’re right, it really does have it’s moods and each of them is stunning in their own way.

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