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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Street Scenes

Atlixco, Mexico

When traveling, I love taking shots of street scenes, capturing views so completely different than what I see stepping out of my front door everyday. These images instantly take me back to the cities I visited, recalling the explorations, encounters, and adventures of far away places.

Prague, Czech Republic

Wandering and getting lost in a city’s winding streets is my favorite way to get to know a place. Whether it’s a main street, where I feel I am part of the hustle and bustle of the city, or a quiet, hidden corner only the locals frequent, I never know who or what I will find.

Czech Republic

Nice to Meet You

Prague, Czech Republic

I am starting my new blog today, focused on travel photography. There’s is nothing I love to  do more than explore new cities and destinations with my camera. You will probably recognize some of the sights, but hopefully many of them will be new to you. Along with looking for new perspectives of popular locations, I love searching for interesting details and hidden corners of the world.

Puebla, Mexico

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy my photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.

New York, NY

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