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Every autumn brings beauty to Hudson River Park’s four miles of green, open space, and 2019’s foliage season has proven especially spectacular. From Tribeca up to Clinton, the Park’s 2,000+ trees have displayed a spectacular spectrum.

To celebrate this beautiful season, we’re sharing some of our favorite shots by Park photographer, Max Guliani. To learn more about the Park’s beautiful tree species and where to find them, check our Foliage Tracker!

Honey locusts glow in the morning light on Pier 25.

Another jogger runs in the morning around Pier 25

A south-facing view form Pier 40 shows off the Park’s early autumn foliage.

A view from atop of Pier 40 looking towards Tribeca and Pier 25

Dramatic skies and pier lighting on amber leaves create a striking Pier 45 view.

The canapés at Pier 45 provide dramatic lighting for Park visitors at night

HRPK’s esplanade in Greenwich Village is perfect for a quiet afternoon stroll after the rain…

The wet esplanade shimmers as the red and gold leaves fall from the trees

Or during sunset!

An afternoon stroll on the Hudson River Park esplanade

Both bright foliage and the lights of the Empire State Building glow against evening skies over Pier 62.

Sun sets on manhattan but the foliage from the trees still glimmer gold

On Pier 64 in Chelsea, one of our favorite walks looks especially gorgeous in gold.

Pier 64 trees are a golden color during the fall season

An early autumn view from Pier 66 features sailboats, vibrant foliage and a glimpse of Hudson Yards.

Sailboats from Hudson Community Sailing sit in front of green and gold trees

The trees at the western edge of Pier 84 turned in unison this year—to beautiful effect.

A stroll along the southern edge of Pier 84 with golden leaves as the backdrop

Just south of Clinton Cove, golden leaves popped against grey skies.

A roller blader heads down the bikeway as orange leaves cover the ground

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