Before a rainy day soaked Roosevelt Island, this Burning Bush tree burst with color. It’s not exactly the local red but a lot better than what replaced it in so many places.
The Burning Bush in Full Red Autumn Bloom
There was a time when red was Roosevelt Island‘s theme. But later, the NYS Department of Transportation’s deep thinkers decided something sorta like plum was better for the bridge. And you can thank RIOC for wiping it out elsewhere, like the seawall railings, etc.
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