#Instafall: The five stereotypical autumnal Instagrams
If a leaf falls in Riverside Park and no one is around to Instagram it, it is really fall?
Here are the five posts on your Instagram feed that signal fall has arrived:
What would a fall in NYC be without a beautiful (albeit generic) shot of Central Park?
Ew, NYU … just kidding! Washington Square Park still retains its beauty as it transitions into fall, though looking browner than usual. Or maybe that’s just the filter.
Leaves don’t just change color on trees, but on ivy too. Who knew? (And if a building has ivy on it, is it part of the Ivy League?)
The classic shoes-in-leaves picture. Every Instagram user must have at least one of these, lest none of their followers know that fall is coming. As flip-flops become Toms and Toms become boots, you can always count on Instagrammers to keep you in the know about the temperature outside—or at least what shoes they’re wearing today.
Pumpkins and peace signs. What could be more evocative of the fall season? Pumpkins are always popular choice for those documenting the season, especially as Halloween gets closer. Extra points for multicolored and oddly-shaped gourds.
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