Autumn in the Catskills.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Fall on the East Coast is exactly how I always pictured it would be: cool and crisp and lit from within. It smells like kindling and wet leaves, like rain clouds. It's as much a revelation after five years in New York as it was the first.

Below, a few photos from a trip to the Catskills last weekend with friends. We made pizza, built fires, rolled hay bales down grassy slopes. We did a lot of sitting in front a wood-fire stove. It was nice, I remember thinking, having nothing to do but that.


The week following was a busy one, and I didn't get to some of the things I'd planned: a POV, and the debut of a new series (which I'm very excited about!). I'm aiming to share both of those things after the long weekend, as well as Recommended Reading, as usual. Can't wait.

Until then, have a wonderful three days — and happy travels, if you're hitting the road!

10 comments:

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

so pretty!

burntfeather said...

woodfire stoves make every occasion better - happy weekend!

suzanne van waerebeke said...

Seems you are having a great time! Beautiful colors. What a pumpkins. Enjoy!

girlseeksplace said...

Fall is my favorite. I want to live somewhere where it's fall all year long. Of course, I am 100% sure there isn't a place like that on Earth.

sherry said...

What wonderful fall pix! Happy weekend!

Diana said...

oh gosh. i miss fall on the upper eastern coast so freaking much. *sniffles*

Hena Tayeb said...

that sounds pretty perfect. i love fall

Anonymous said...

This looks so lovely and cozy :)

Shoko said...

Brianna, I would love that, too!

Ione said...

love!

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