Photographs that didn’t fit anywhere else. Includes some Fabergé eggs, Grand Central Station, rust, the Library and art.
Photographs from in and around New York’s High Line Garden.
Photographs taken from a helicopter tour around lower Manhattan and up the Hudson river. Includes the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, Empire State Building and lots of buildings.
Photos from various visits to Central Park, including the Conservatory Garden, Bethesda Fountain, Belvedere Castle and Turtle Pond.
Photographs from an evening walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. Includes photos of the love locks attached to the bridge by couples, views of the Freedom Tower at sunset, and the Empire State Building in its Easter colours.
Photographs taken on a boat tour of lower Manhattan. Includes views of New Jersey at sunset, the Statue of Liberty and night time skylines of Manhattan.
New York is a vibrant city, full of culture, stunning architecture and interesting people. I’ve been asked why I was going back for a third time, and I suppose the answer is that there is so much to do! We flew out on the Thursday morning, stayed for Easter and flew back Tuesday night. Here’s […]
Halloween was spent wandering around, looking at the vast array of costumes people were wearing, visiting shops like Macy’s and eating pancakes.
My camera worked for the entirety of the Empire State Building and then broke for the stunning, snow covered central park. Some of these were taken with my phone as a result.
I didn’t take many photos today, largely due to the random, unexpected snow. Spent a lot of the day in the MOMA.
My first visit to New York City was for Halloween of 2011. These are a collection of photographs from our second day. Most of it was spent walking to Ground Zero, visiting the 9/11 museum and memorial and eating.