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Autumn animates HRPK’s full spectrum—red, gold and orange foliage contrasting sky and river. We always look forward to our #HRPKFall color show, and after a warm, wet summer, 2018 kept us on the lookout well into November! But the wait’s been worth it. This year’s peak foliage has dazzled visitors, and the lens of our staff photographer, Max Guliani, has captured the season’s boldest and brightest.

So if you can’t get enough leaf peeping, worry not! We’re sharing a some of our favorite photos from your west side backyard’s most colorful season.

A parent and child walk down Pier 25 as orange leaves fall off the trees

#HRPKFall has turned Pier 25 gloriously golden, carpeting this Tribeca pier with yellow cheer.

A myriad of fall colors of red, yellow and orange hang on the trees in Hudson River Park

Amber, coral, tangerine… our Greenwich Village foliage puts on a spectacular show.

White, gold and purple autumnal mums align the esplanade at Pier 64 in Hudson River Park

Along the paths of Pier 64 in Chelsea, autumnal mums line the welcoming way.

A family evening stroll in Hudson River Park

Blue hour beauty and illuminated leaves make the perfect backdrop for a family stroll.

Some HRPK joggers match their running gear to their favorite horticulture.

Some HRPK joggers match their running gear to their favorite horticulture.

A Park visitor sits and enjoys Hudson River Park while on the phone

You can admire Pier 46’s foliage from a vantage among the asters in our Millennium Garden.

A dusting of white snow falls on the orange and red foliage in Hudson River Park

The season’s first snowfall brought the unique beauty of fresh snow on fall foliage.

Snapped some of your own HRPK autumn stunners? Share with #HRPKFall and tag @hudsonriverpark. We love to see your favorite shots!