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Isn't Every City Prettier in the Fall?

Isn't Every City Prettier in the Fall?
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Fall is a great time to be a city dweller. These photos, which can otherwise speak for themselves, remind us why. Only three are mine; most have been curated from wonderful photographers who have graciously licensed their work for noncommercial use via creative commons. 


Tokyo. Photo by Marufish/Flickr


Washington, D.C. Photo by Kaid Benfield 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Photo courtesy of NCBrian/Flickr

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India (by: Abhinay Omkar, creative commons)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Photo courtesy of abhinay omkar/Flickr

Toronto (by: Prashanth Raghaven, creative commons)
Toronto. Photo courtesy of Prashanth Raghavan/Flickr


Memphis. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Turner/Flickr (left) Seattle. Photo courtesy of Canopic/Flickr

  
Chevy Chase, Maryland. Photo by Kaid Benfield


Amman, Jordan. Photo courtesy of Roba al Assi/Flickr


Chicago. Photo by Nate Burgos/Flickr


Santa Fe. Photo courtesy of Michael R. Swiggot/Creative Commons


Paris. Photo by Kaid Benfield


Santiago, Chile. Photo courtesy of Phokrates/Creative Commons


Cape Town. Photo by Warrenski/Flickr


Vienna. Photo courtesy of TravelingTamas/Flickr (left) Dublin. Photo courtesy of Sunafterrain/Flickr


Boise, Idaho. Photo courtesy of Roadsidepictures/Flickr


Winchester, Ontario. Photo by Gemma Gace/Flickr


Beijing. Photo courtesy of pat_ong/Flickr


Los Angeles. Photo by Koopr/Creative Commons


Houston. Photo courtesy of jeffbalke/Flickr


Wamego, Kansas. Photo courtesy of Are You My Rik/Flickr

Top image: Portland, Oregon. Photo courtesy of David Grant/Flickr

This post originally appeared on the NRDC's Switchboard blog.

Keywords: Vienna, Fall

Kaid Benfield is special counsel for urban solutions at the Natural Resources Defense Council, an adjunct professor at the George Washington University School of Law, co-founder of the LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system, and author of several books on cities, smart growth and sprawl. All posts »

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