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Autumn at Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge (2)

It was cold today, the wind howling, the leaves wild, and the Mount Auburn Cemetery crowded with pedestrians and cars and performers and singers and warblers.  We even heard an accordion player and watched awestruck a majestic hawk, indifferent, perhaps … Continue reading

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Near-perfect October day, Boston Public Gardens

On days like today, my city’s Public Garden is the most beautiful place on the face of the earth, and no words can describe the crisp, quiet majesty of this paradise-on-earth, which takes my breath away, makes my heart flutter, … Continue reading

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Baked apples of autumn

Our autumn has finally arrived, the wind crisp and biting, the soil saturated with the rains that only a few days ago seemed interminable, but most of all the colors exploding in burnt orange and red, awakening the senses one … Continue reading

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