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This Video of Fall in Philly is Simply Stunning

A stone bridge over a body of water surrounded by trees with multicolored autumn leaves in Philadelphia. Flickr user Louis Dallara

Before you do anything else today, grab a hot cup of coffee, bundle up in a blanket, and then press play. Thanks to a Curbed reader who gave us a heads up, we spent our morning doing exactly that, watching "Fall in Philadelphia." It's the most recent video shot by local videographer Cory J. Popp, who's always sharing footage of our city from unique vantage points. He spent the past few weeks capturing the vibrant fall colors throughout Philly, writing that he specifically chose to "highlight the parts of the city that radiate the Fall feeling the most": Pine Street, Schuylkill River Boardwalk, Penn's campus, City Hall, and parts of Broad Street." Now go fall in love with fall in Philly.

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