Views of New York City

Statue of Liberty, New York City

On my most recent visit to New York City, I walked across the Brooklyn Bridge for the first time. Seeing the Statue of Liberty so small next to the giant skyscrapers, it seemed the perfect depiction of my view of the city. New York can be so overwhelming, but if you take in one small piece at a time, there are such amazing treasures to be found.

Manhattan Skyline

I could stare at the Manhattan skyline for hours, not only taking in the magnificent architecture (I love all things Art Deco and admit to having a somewhat strange obsession with the Chrysler Building), but also imagining all that’s going on in the city. So many people, so many places, so many ideas, significant events, and conversations taking place. I love the endless possibilities of New York City.

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5 Comments on “Views of New York City

  1. one of my favorite experience was to look over to the Manhattan skyline from under the Brooklyn bridge at night. It was quite magical. And yes! the art deco details on lots of buildings are really beautiful. and sometimes when u passed by some old buildings, you wouldn’t have a clue that it used to be the hottest spot in town many years ago!

    • I agree! I just posted some nighttime shots from around Brooklyn Bridge on NYE. I hope you have some time to take a look!

  2. Lovely photos. I really like the way you composed the photo of the Statue of Liberty. Also, thanks for visiting my blog.

    • Thank you, I appreciate the feedback. You have a beautiful collection of travel photos on your blog, and I look forward to spending more time on there. Thanks for stopping by!

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