Forgive me for the lack of post when I was in New York last fall to winter. I was very busy working three jobs at that time and just hanging out with my friends. I was trying to ‘live in the moment’. But for now, I would love to share with you guys some photographs from one of my events called, ‘Photowalk in New York’.
Let me tell you more about this said photowalk. I am an aspiring photographer so it’s in my nature to love taking photographs. I host these events in my local city, and in the cities hat I am new to. I basically post them via Couchsurfing because I love hanging out with fellow travellers and great minds alike. So people; locals and travellers alike, can join in the fun. If you haven’t heard of Couchsurfing, you can check them out by clicking HERE.
The following content will just be photographs from the said photowalk. So here are my postcards from New York City!
Some flags at the Rockefeller Center.
Chandelier from The Plaza.
We tried to find Kevin…but we were two decades late.
The beautiful St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Just look at those details.
Just *another* random statue.
I am not sure if you can see it, but I tried to take a photograph of the only cloud on the sky that day.
Just trying to change my perspective.
A view of the streets from the High Line.
You, your best friend and the city that never sleeps. What more could you ask for?
My very good pal, Lukas.
We tried to sneak into the Google HQ in New York because we wanted to check if there are slides inside. Unfortunately, we didn’t get past security. Ha!
The dream team: Robert, Limor and Lukas.
What’s a day in New York without heading to Times Square? But honestly, we try to avoid Times Square as much as we can because it can get pretty crazy in here with the swarm of tourists.
Just *another* street photograph.
We went into an Art Gallery in Chelsea.
These were some of the art pieces on display.
New York, you never fail to amaze me every single time.
Of course we had to go to a book shop. Here is a photograph of me by Raphael…before we got asked to head out because photography wasn’t allowed inside. Ooooooops!
So there you have it. I can now finally drink my coffee in peace, knowing that I have shared with you all some of the photographs I have taken in my beautiful city.
I cannot wait to do more of these photowalks in different cities in the near future. So stay tuned to where we’re going next! But for now, I am going to finish my coffee and finish recording my podcasts. Ha!
“You make known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand.”
Psalm 16:11 NIV