17 July 2012

New York, I love You


I can't help but smile when I look at these shots from the ferry ride and outdoor movie in Brooklyn Bridge Park last week. That view never gets old.

It's funny: New York City is this massive place but possesses the ability to feel so small at the same time. Erin and her fiancĂ©, James, were sitting just a few yards away from us. Meeting a blog pal in real life is always a treat; even more so when it happens unexpectedly. That's what I love about this city. It is constantly surprising me.








11 comments:

  1. I would be in HEAVEN doing this. You must of had so much fun =)

    - Sarah
    agirlintransit.blogspot.com

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    1. Sarah, I did! It was prime people-watching, too--my fave.

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  2. These views actually made me tear up–I didn't think they would, but boy did they get to me!

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    1. Woman, come visit. You know you have a free place to stay.

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    1. Mariah, I'd love to get over to South Africa someday as well.

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  4. Special moments like these are what make cities, well, special. :)

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  5. This looks absolutely amazing. It's true...some places however big they are, can feel really cozy. Like your shot with the people on the picnic blankets - it looks like New York is there just for you guys...

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  6. 3.5 weeks. wtf. omg. i am moving to that city in three point five weeks.

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. !!!!!!! Well then, in 3.5 weeks and a day, I'm taking you out for lunch!

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  7. How can this even be real? Honestly, I know there are some terrible things happening in NYC, but, there is also so much beauty and good times to be had too.

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