Nearly two weeks ago I took a trip across the Atlantic to New York, a place I fell in love with 10 years ago. I don’t know why I love it, I just do. There’s so much to see and do in New York, that a week just isn’t long enough, so we made a plan for each day of what we wanted to do/see and made sure we stuck to it. The only stipulation I had was that I could take as many photos as I wanted, with no subject/theme in mind – just what the city could throw at me. And take photos I did! Unfortunately I can’t show you them all on here, there’s too many, but I’ve posted lots over on Instagram. Here’s just a sample of some of my favourites.
Partway through the week I realised I’d been experimenting with the panorama setting on my phone, and had built up a collection of panoramic views of my favourite places…
We visited lots of the touristy spots as my boyfriend has never been before, but that didn’t matter to me, I wanted to take advantage of this and capturing lot’s of photos.
One of my favourite places, or should I say buildings, not just in New York, but the world (that sounds a bit dramatic doesn’t it!) is the Empire State building. I have a love affair with it and needless to say I took few, ok a lot, of photos of this wonderful, art deco styled building.
During our trip we walked a lot, making sure we took in the eclectic sights and sounds of this incredible city, we even saw a few movie stars along the way!
We’re both now planning (hoping) when we can go back and explore this vibrant city some more!