New York is just starting to transition into autumn -- crisp mornings, apples in the farmer's market, and slightly shorter days. So last week we took a field trip to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to catch a last glimpse of summer.
We spent the afternoon strolling around and noticed a beautiful variety of reds, rusts, and purples dotting the landscape. Lucky for us, there were still some heady roses in full bloom and we sniffed our way from bush to bush. It was a revitalizing trip and has us looking forward to ushering in a new season.