Tag Archives: autumn

Shooting the Moon

Harvest Moon over New Haven - October 5-6, 2017

A photo essay. To view all 12 images, check out the email version.

The full moon closest to the start of fall, a.k.a. the harvest moon, happens every year. But not every harvest moon looks like this year’s. …

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Leaves in Peace

A photo essay.

The summit of East Rock Park is a popular spot this time of year, offering a dramatic survey of the city’s annual leaf change, particularly at sunset. …

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On the Outs

A photo essay.

Of summer’s many symbols, the most American is baseball. Not major or minor league; not varsity or little league; but sandlot-style ball—raw, disorganized, unkempt baseball. …

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Night Fall

Autumn’s waxing was a creeping feeling, a slow descent into cool and dark from summer’s warm and bright. …

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Fall-In

East Rock Park view of West Rock Park, New Haven and Hamden

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
—from The Misunderstanding by Albert Camus

Not every leaf in New Haven is a flower. Indeed, most aren’t. Not yet. But there’s no denying the…

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