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See stunning aerial photos of NYC in the fall

These aerial shots of NYC in the fall are seriously impressive. Did you know there were these many trees in the city?

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David Goldberg
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What? These stunning aerial photos of fall are from right here in NYC? The city is actually—suddenly—beautiful, thanks to all that fall foliage. Windows that were once obstructed by air conditioners now reveal verdant views of changing foliage (or, depending on your luck, a brick wall). If you're too caught up in the grimness of your commute to stop and admire the reds, oranges and browns in the trees, then check out these beautiful photos of fall taken from the skies. Beacuse leaf-peeping is one of the best things to do in the fall before it gets really cold—right up there with food and drink festivals.

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Aerial photos of NYC in the fall

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