Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Dilemma of What to Do With a Shot

I had a day with a lot of time to kill between things, and it was overly cloudy out, so I braved the Highline…without hordes of tourists. There is a lot of construction going on, so you come across many … Continue reading

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Columbus Circle – Day and Night

At the intersection of W 59th St, Central Park South, Broadway, Central Park West, and Eighth Ave lies Columbus Circle. The major building in the area is the Time Warner Center, which includes Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Shops, CNN … Continue reading

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Ellis Island and the Surrounding Area

On a semi-cloudy day, I went on a trip to Ellis Island and Liberty Island. The best way to do this is not through Battery Park in NYC (the lines there get ridiculous) but through Liberty State Park in NJ. … Continue reading

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A Cloudy Day on the Brooklyn Bridge

The weather had called for sunny and warm and I had a free afternoon. Sadly the weather lied and it was cloudy and cold. This doesn’t help the fact that I am not a fan of heights. I had decided … Continue reading

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New Orleans at Night, Kinda Spooky

New Orleans is a creepy town with all its voodoo and above ground graveyards. But it’s also a lot of fun. To wrap up the New Orleans posts, I have a bunch of shots from around the French Quarter at … Continue reading

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