Monthly Archives: August 2012

Starting a Downtown Stroll

Today we start on a series I shot back in August 23, 2011 (yes you read that right). I decided to walk straight downtown from work and see what I could see. I didn’t even start taking pictures until I … Continue reading

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Rambling through the Ramble, the Lake, and Bethesda Fountain

One of my all time favorite areas of NYC is Central Park, specifically the area that includes Bethesda Fountain, the Lake, and the Ramble (the area just north of the Lake). Everytime I go there is something different to see, … Continue reading

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

During my latest trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (aka. The Met), I learned a valuable lesson. When coming from the Cloisters, get off at the Museum of Natural History (81st St) and then walk through the park, but … Continue reading

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The Cloisters in 98 degree heat

On 7/17 I started the day with a trip uptown to the Cloisters section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The day was going to be 98 degrees outside, so I opted to head there early since my path included … Continue reading

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