New York Weekend

Visiting New York was, in short, amazing. So much fun, exploring the city form E97th st all the way down to Battery Park. Visiting Times Square, International Center of Photography, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, the Rubin Museum, The Met, Seeing a play at the Barrymore Theater. Tons to take in a very short period of time. Was great fun hanging out with my cousin, Cynthia.

It had been awhile since last visiting a big city and New York is pretty amazing one. From riding in taxis to exploring the subway there was always lots to see.

I used a variety of media devices to capture my visit in the Big Apple, from my EOS-M, a tablet and my Moto X. Look forward to the next visit out to the East Coast.

Enjoy the pictures below,

Looking across the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

Looking across the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

The Guggenhiem

The Guggenhiem

Metropolitian Museum

Metropolitian Museum

Coke in the Window

Coke in the Window

Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street Station

Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street Station

Upward View

Upward View

Skating at the Rockefeller Center

Skating at the Rockefeller Center

Stairs above cars

Stairs above cars

Paper on the Line

Paper on the Line

Dress in the night

Dress in the night

Taxi on the street

Taxi on the street

Bright lights in

Bright lights in ‘I Love NY’

Pamphlet

Pamphlet

Phone x 2

Phone x 2

Boxes

Boxes

red door

red door

Yellow Jacket

Yellow Jacket

Yellow lines

Yellow lines

Curve

Curve

Citibike

Citibike

Lights on the Avenue

Lights on the Avenue

Shoes for walking

Shoes for walking

America

America

1/4 apple

1/4 apple

Freedom tower

Freedom tower

NY Stocks

NY Stocks

Signs in America

Signs in America

Escalator in the Fulton Center, the new 1.4 billion Subway station.

Escalator in the Fulton Center, the new 1.4 billion Subway station.

Inside and above the commuters heads is the Sky Reflector Net—an installation designed by Arup and Grimshaw that uses over 1,000 aluminum panels to reflect sunlight down into the station. On Gizmodo, they quoted one MTA official calling it "jaw-dropping."

Inside and above the commuters heads is the Sky Reflector Net—an installation designed by Arup and Grimshaw that uses over 1,000 aluminum panels to reflect sunlight down into the station. On Gizmodo, they quoted one MTA official calling it “jaw-dropping.”

Kattz

Kattz’s Deli

Pastrami sandwich

Pastrami sandwich

Dog

Dog’s Head – Graffiti

Central park in the Night

Central park in the Night

 

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