TRAVEL | NYC

New York, it’s a hell of a town. This was my second visit to the city that never sleeps, but my first time seeing so much of it. A few photographer friends and I spent a long weekend exploring, taking pictures and of course eating. New York is a fun city but one visit every few years is plenty for me.

 
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  1. Love the blur in the first photo.

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  2. The first shot is amazing. The night shot of the Brooklyn Bridge is beautiful. The reflection of lights on the water is spot on. And I love the ghosts in Grand Central Station. Well done!

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  3. Amazing pictures! It’s the first time I come on this blog and the first picture is now my background!

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  4. nice pictures!

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  5. Very cool…makes me want to hop on a plane and visit NYC again! Congratulations on being Freshly Snapped..errr, I mean Freshly Pressed..

    Mr. Bricks

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  6. every photo is beautiful but the first photo is awesome

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  7. I love those pics, especially the second one may be taken in Yellow Cap.

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  8. Stunning montage of the big apple! Loving the long exposure @ station πŸ™‚

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  9. wow! I’m so hoping to get top NY this year and your photos (which are amazing!) have just made me want to go even more! Thanks for sharing and congrats on being freshly pressed!

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  10. realy a nice job done…….

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  11. Reminiscent. Thanks for the great photos! It’s never too much for me πŸ™‚

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  12. Reblogged this on navinsblog and commented:
    I ❀ N Y

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  13. I recently visited NYC so most, if not all, of these ‘views’ are still fresh in my mind. I particularly remember those tables selling an assortment of items, including those 3D crystal cubes.

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  14. Anywhere Home

     /  April 11, 2012

    Great shots of NYC πŸ™‚ That dog worker looks underworked!

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  15. Moisha Griff

     /  April 11, 2012

    The first shot is quite outstanding. But the grand central station is also a beautifol one. If you like long exposures, New York is definetely the right city to photograph.

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  16. like da photos…Brooklyn bridge koool..NY NY d best

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  17. CHECK DIS VIDEO I DID IN NEW YORK CITY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPD7LJ2zMqE

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  18. I like how you’ve captured the spirit of flea market (last 3 photos). The shot of the vintage lunch box has some form of allure on me because now I wish I could visit New York right this instant to visit that flea…

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  19. nice shots! πŸ™‚

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  20. these are such great shots eh. Do you also work as a photographer?

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  21. All of those are amazing!

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  22. the first photo attracted me straight in, great image πŸ™‚

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  23. I followed you back here from Freshly Pressed, congratulations!

    Your pictures are lush and inviting….I’m getting the itch to fly across the Atlantic and give NYC a whirl.

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  24. Great set of photos!

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  25. Amazing pics! Love NY

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  26. Great! Here’s a few (nowhere near as good) that I took when I was over there: http://www.sjhross.com/newyork

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  27. Reblogged this on Jaggi.

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  28. Reblogged this on PRINT & PATTERN and commented:
    This is what I was talking about ! Traveling always is related with new cultures and of course taking loads of pictures ! I found this ones and I really fond them interesting. take a look

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  29. OMFG! I’m loving this so so so much, you left me speechless with some of the shoots ! like the one of grand central station, the skyline at the sunset….. just love NYC !
    Feel great to found this blog, hope you like also mine http://printandpattern.wordpress.com/
    keep an eye on yours πŸ™‚

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  30. Great Pictures! Love the city!!! The evening shot of NYC is beautiful.

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  31. new york new york, please visit our site

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  32. xxRoxie

     /  April 11, 2012

    I absolutely love your photos! Amazing! The one showing the bridge in the shadows and the sky around it is my favorite!

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  33. Awesome… reminds me of my trip to New York more than a year back πŸ™‚

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  34. Wow. Brilliant photos. Well done on getting onto Freshly Pressed. πŸ™‚

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  35. Beautiful. I know what you mean about 1 NYC visit being more than enough every few years: there’s always so much to the place. The b& w shot of the waves underneath the bridge had to be my favourite picture, though I think they are all brilliant. Thank you for sharing. πŸ™‚

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  36. Like it!

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  37. Interesting photo’s you made, especially the first one.

    grz. Mark

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  38. Id love to be able to take photos like this. There are obviously techiniques not avaiable to we clivk and point folk. I’m going to enroll in a beginners course and see what I can make of it. Very inspirational.

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  39. Amazing photo’s! Love the one of the dogs, the one really doesn’t want to go for a walk by the looks of it! hehe!

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  40. Love all the photos! Especially the NYC at night and the splashing water under a bridge (I think)

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  41. Amazing photos, it reflects the vibe of the city very well.

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  42. LOVE! l love too much tour pics!!!!

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  43. Reblogged this on melodyofthesoul and commented:
    New York City is one of the places I wanna go so badly… These pictures show how amazing it is πŸ™‚

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  44. Wow, you went everywhere in NYC. You always find something new in that city, it’s incredible!

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  45. Great shots. They put your own interests on display. Bruce

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  46. I live here…and forget how gorgeous it looks to visitors. I’ve been using Grand Central as my train station since 1988 and it’s easy to forget how beautiful it really is as you rush through it to reach your train. It’s one of my favorite spots here. I really like your Coney Island in the rain pix.

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  47. there is not a more beautiful city in the world…good job capturing it on film

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  48. What a great city!

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  49. Stunning images! Love the last one, especially.
    Hugs,
    Kathy

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  50. beautiful pics! love NYC!!

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  51. Love your photography! First one is amazing!

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  52. Lotto Results

     /  April 11, 2012

    Nice Pictures! “Going to Grandma’s”

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  53. You did a fantastic job capturing NYC! (love the ducks !)

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  54. Your pictures have presented a different perspective to NYC. The first impression you get when you reach NYC is that its a very busy city. Most of the other pics it have seen in the past have also represented the same. Except for the pic NYC_12 most of the other pics show a quite NYC.

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  55. What great photographic perspective… the little suitcase, the letter blocks, the duck even. Fabulous!

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  56. Yes, the Grand Central is beautiful! how long was the exposure?

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  57. I have an almost identical one from Grand Central πŸ™‚

    Lovely photos – thanks for sharing them! One of my favourite places in the whole world πŸ™‚

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  58. love the red suitcase.. i enjoyed looking at all your photographs.. beautiful shots..

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  59. Rob Slade

     /  April 11, 2012

    These photos are postcard worthy! Really like them!

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  60. Great photos! I really enjoyed seeing them. I’ve never been to New York City, but would like to visit some day.

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  61. Low shutter speed is the thing! Lovely pictures!

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  62. Big smiley for me. Congrats on fresh press. Excellent representation of NY.

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  63. I have never seen such an beautiful photos like this. Its a superb city you captured. Thanks for sharing..

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  64. KatherinesDaughter

     /  April 11, 2012

    I live in PA, but I love NY! Were some of those shots from the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market by chance?

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    • yes it was πŸ™‚

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      • KatherinesDaughter

         /  April 11, 2012

        I bought a beautiful pin there for $10 a few years ago. Thanks for the trip down Memory Lane…

  65. Very inspiring. I love NY and try to visit every summer. Didn’t make it last summer so they’ll be two this year!!! You captured many different angles of NY and I just want to look at these pics until June. The shot of the water under was so lively. Very nice.

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  66. You did a great jon catching the on the street spirit of NY in these. Especially love the one of the bridge and the one of the sand and shells.

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  67. Hi love the photos can i use some of them to show case New York in my site. will send people back to your blog

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  68. Cool idea.

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  69. Nice photos. Thank you to share with us
    lys

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  70. I like how most of the people in your shots are blurred or looking away – so many nameless, faceless people in NY? Interesting view of the city…

    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed!

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    • I never really thought about it that way, but you’re right. I find the people sometimes more interesting than the stuff that’s been there and will be there for years.

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  71. jamielynne82

     /  April 11, 2012

    Great capture of NYC!

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  72. Which Fleamarket did you go to? Lovely pictures!

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  73. Glorious photos! . . . Well done! Congrats on being “Freshly Pressed”!!

    http://arabianmusings.wordpress.com/

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  74. I`ts my dreamlike NYC!

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  75. Awesome pics! Makes me want to be there now!

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  76. I love these photos! πŸ™‚ My friend and are I going to NYC at the end of the month (it will be my first visit!) See these shots make me even more excited to go.

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  77. Reblogged this on Crepe Season and commented:
    Some incredible photos here of the magical metropolis that is New York.

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  78. i really love the first one and to tell the truth is I wanted to try to shoot this kind of very soon. congrats on a very good series of NY!

    theothertuesday

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  79. Great. great great pictures!!

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  80. Amazing photos! Good job

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  81. Nice way to show this amazing city, that I hope one day I will visit ^^ Nice textures and effects in the pics!

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  82. Carlie Chew

     /  April 11, 2012

    Amazing pictures. I love them all, but I especially love the first one, the shot of Central Station and the shot below the pier with the waves crashing up. Great work!

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  83. Excellent pics !enjoyed watching them !

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  84. You have captured the vibrant NYC in your photographs – truly the city that never sleeps:)

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  85. Love your photos!

    daisy

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  86. Absolutely stunning pics. It makes me miss the city)))

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  87. Beautiful Pics of the city I love….goes perfectly hand in hand with my blog SocialEyesNYC. Congrats on showing up on Freshly Pressed!

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  88. These are stunning pictures! I visited New York in 2010, but I can’t wait to return to explore it even more.

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  89. doliphoto

     /  April 11, 2012

    The Taxi look moving fast….. i like that picture πŸ™‚

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  90. Really nice! Every one of them tells a story. I’m partial to the pic of the man in the red shoes for some reason. He looks like he needs a hug. And the “No Mating Any Time”?!? Only in NY. Thanks for sharing your talent, and congrats on being FP. πŸ™‚ – MoSop

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  91. lovely pictures

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  92. These are great pics. I love seeing how people perceive NYC.

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  93. Very nice! I liked the ducks the best, followed very closely by that night shot!

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  94. I’m from New York and i gotta say that this is excellent work. But if i was you i would have looked up new york photography online to visit certain areas that are vast and beautiful places. I live here and that photography made me feel like i havent seen everything yet and i been just about everywhere but that goes to show you how big this city really is. I mean the views of some of these areas made me want to tour the city again myself buddy -,o

    http://wp.me/2aAA8

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  95. John Saddington

     /  April 11, 2012

    Reblogged this on 8BIT.

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  96. Lia C.

     /  April 11, 2012

    your photos capture the essence of NYC so well. stunning. (and i must thank you for stopping by my blog, and for the follow. hope to see you again.)

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  97. You really did an excellent job capturing the essence of NYC. I’ve been there many times since I live in South Jersey and good job in taking photos of everyday NYC living–I’m very impressed!

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  98. A great snap life at NY, one of the few big cities I truly enjoy. You got it all (almost! surely, there’s always more to see…) in a few shots, of great quality each and every single one. The taxi amazes me! Keep it on!

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  99. Simply the best city on Earth. πŸ™‚ I’m from the suburbs of NY and the pictures made me miss it. I’ve been living in Madrid the past 2 years and while I love Madrid, nothing compares to NYC.

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  100. Excellent set of photos. I love how people see NYC.

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  101. going to the big apple in august. Cant wait. Enjoy it everytime!
    internetfavs.com

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  102. Simply stunning photography!

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  103. Lovely story of a city πŸ˜€

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  104. Wonderful images of my home city! Please come back soon and take more!!!

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  105. A beautiful angle on the city!

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  106. Great photos. I was meant to go to New York two years ago. The trip was booked, suitcase packed and then…a volcano happened and the whole trip got cancelled. One day I will go to New York

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  107. Nice photos! You’ve inspired me through these photos to maybe go and visit one day.

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  108. Pinku

     /  April 11, 2012

    Awesome pics.

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  109. Wow! Your shots are amazing! My favorite is the night shot with the reflection. What kind of camera do you use?

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  110. Seems like an exciting visit. πŸ™‚ Thanks for posting. πŸ™‚

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  111. Love the night city scape shot! There are so many here that I would hang on my walls πŸ™‚ Never been to NYC, but I want to some day.

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  112. mariekonst

     /  April 11, 2012

    Amazing photos! Love the variation. Really want to visit New York myself someday πŸ™‚

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  113. YOU ARE OFFICIALLY A MUST FOLLOW, LOVE HOW YOU MIXED AND MATCHED YOUR PICTURES

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  114. Aww, this makes me miss living in NYC so much! I love the photos!

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  115. Emily, I always enjoy NYC pics. Yours are awesome indeed! Thanks for sharing.

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  116. lilbrigs

     /  April 11, 2012

    Reblogged this on houseofzippers and commented:
    This makes me miss New York like no other.

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  117. They are all very nice photos, especially the horses and the suitcase. Thanks for sharing. Connie
    http://7thandvine.wordpress.com/

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  118. Awesome site! Very good job and I felt like I was actually inside the photos. Thanks for the trips down memory lane.

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  119. Beautiful, I love seeing my city through the eyes of another, thank you for sharing!!!!

    β™₯ Love and light β™₯

    ~ Jennifer

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  120. Nice work.

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  121. Love the post, especially the pic of the city’s skyline! πŸ™‚
    Here are some photographs i clicked at the BMW Museum in Germany, hope you like them: http://bulletinamaelstrom.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/bmw-museum-germany/
    Feel free to reblog if you wish! πŸ™‚

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  122. aleksledocteur

     /  April 11, 2012

    These photos make me feel nostalgic about NYC. I am from Europe and last summer I spend some time there.
    By the way, photos are A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

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  123. amazing shots! made me very excited to get there.

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  124. Brilliant photos! I adore how you incorporated the colors. Though, I do have one question, how were you able to take pictures of people without them, to put it simply, flipping right the freak off? Did you ask for their permission? If so, how do you do it? I’m always too timid to ask people if I can take pictures of them!

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  125. amazing work!! I love New York City!

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  126. Very nice. I like your eye.

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  127. Can’t help wondering what that taxi smells like! Great photos!

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  128. GORGEOUS shots! And “Black Ice”, I wonder what that smells like? LOL!

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  129. great shots! i’m heading to NY for the first time ever in a week, so this was a great warm-up… πŸ˜€

    for some reason, i really love that photo of the barrel on a rainy day.

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  130. Amazing photos especially the fitst one and night shot. I visited NY in september absolutly amazing.

    Check out my blog for more travel bug photos, destinations & architecture http://arhitekturaplus.wordpress.com/

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  131. Wow! congrats for being freshly pressed πŸ˜‰

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  132. Beautiful shot of the brooklyn bridge at night!

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  133. I’m almost proud to say that I am a New Yorker. Yep, live right across from Manhattan. And I have to agree with you. It’s crazy, and going into the city isn’t something that I would do often because it’s nuts there.

    val
    valentinedefrancis.wordpress.com

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  134. We have to figure out a way to make you return to New York City frequently. You take the best photos. Your Grand Central Photo is one for the archives. You have to come back and do a timeline for the cabs/taxis. They will be phased out to become an all Nissan fleet. World Trade Center will be back bigger and more expansive. It is becoming a city for Entrepreneurs. It is already a city for Fashion and Design and Media. Food? Honestly, can you get better food in such variety within a few miles of each other served in original languages anywhere else in the world? Where else in the world could you stay a few years and claim as your own country and assimilate? Probably even run for Senator or Governor? Now, have you thought of that? You do have to return. New York admires you.

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  135. oh my geeee! these are fantastic! great post!! =D

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  136. The photos are great. New York is amazing. It is really neat to see how people get around.

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  137. Wow, you really have an eye for taking photos. I particularly like the one with the horses in front of Times Square; it’s like a combination of old and new. Well done!

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  138. Reblogged this on Welcome to Mia Jonita, SLE, and Depts, twitter.com/miajonitaresort and commented:
    pretty. cool for a second visit. wow. i made it there once, not even enough time.

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  139. I was born in Coney Island and worked in CRAZY Manhattan. I recognized the Wonder Wheel. Brought back many memories. Thanks for sharing.

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  140. Reblogged this on rosepetaldreams and commented:
    Nyc .this is great!

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  141. Going to Grandma’s. Awesome!

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  142. Reblogged this on One Woman Seeking Palma and commented:
    Ok, I have been negligent to this blog lately. I have no plans of changing that for the next week. sorry. school comes first, but I thought I would share with you the kind of photography I aspire to take.

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  143. artchismo

     /  April 12, 2012

    I especially love the shots of Coney Island. I’m from there, but most people that I know who visit NYC never think to visit that area of Brooklyn. Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

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  144. Great shots!

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  145. Beautiful photographs. I lived in Brooklyn for a year and you really captured some fantastic glimpses of the city, rather than traditional tourist shots. Almost made me wish I still lived there!

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  146. Love the shots!! Especially the first one!!! Great post – I look forward to following.

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  147. Reblogged this on crynks and commented:
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  148. jesuskarto

     /  April 12, 2012

    amazing pictures…!!!
    I love the ducks by the way. its inspiring, how superbusy city like NY can let them live free among people… Waw.. its beatiful,

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  149. I have traveled to New York numerous times but it’s always great to see it through the eyes of someone else. Here are my favorites; letters and numbers (last photo), water under the bridge, shells on the beach, the wet boardwalk and ducks walking on/in water. Thanks for making my day a little brighter with your wonderful work.

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  150. Great pics, especially the red suitcase! I took two teenagers to NYC recently and published a couple of posts about the trip. I personally love NY and enjoy going as often as I can.

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  151. Love your photos but I would definitely visit more frequently! I love NYC! I put together a post just on The High Line alone… http://designchickee.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/roaming-the-high-line-in-nyc/
    Congrats on a great post!
    Olga

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  152. Love the shots, makes me really want to hop on to a plane to NYC! and congrats on being freshly pressed!

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  153. the first shot is amazing! i tried quite a few of those myself, not as perfect as yours yet though πŸ˜‰

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  154. Aw that “Going to Grandma’s” suitcase is cute.

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  155. Beautiful shots of NYC. Feel as if I were there. Congrats on Freshly Pressed.

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  156. Truly stunning work. Makes me miss the city so much. Bravo!

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  157. I like your photos, especially Grand Central πŸ™‚

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  158. thanks for the ride… now I want to go back.

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  159. Nice job capturing the character of the city. =)

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  160. The beautiful thing about NYC is its ability to reinvent itself. Every time I visit, I continue to wish someone would put together a “Before and After” piece on specific areas like Washington Park, Times Square, Union Square, Battery Park and my altime favorite, Union Station. Great Photos, you brought a piece of the Big Apple home to me.

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  161. AMAZING pictures. There really is nowhere else like New York – total tour de force.
    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed =)

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  162. Esi

     /  April 12, 2012

    I grew up in this city and it wasn’t until I moved and visited again that I was really able to see just how amazing it is. You did a great job of capturing it here!

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  163. Caroline AA

     /  April 12, 2012

    Great photos! Photography of city life has always been my favorite both to look and and to shoot.

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  164. My favorite city in the world, from the perspective of a patient center eye. Thank you.

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  165. pfernandezphoto

     /  April 12, 2012

    LOVE it!!! This is what NYC is all about: rush and excitement. Like Jim said…. “thanks for the ride”!

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  166. elil0805

     /  April 12, 2012

    Incredible pictures! I enjoyed viewing them.

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  167. Reblogged this on 500 Words on Thursday.

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  168. Wow!!! Amazing!! You truly have a gift!

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  169. Very dope pictures. I just put up some pictures from Miami on my blog but I need to take some lessons from you! Sheesh!

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  170. love New York City as well…great post!

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  171. Nice pictures!So great !

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  172. Beautiful and talented!

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  173. Nice photos…congratulations !

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  174. wow! that picture with the man with 4 dogs…is amazing:) i want a dog like the second one in the left:)

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  175. luxurylifestyledesign

     /  April 12, 2012

    Reblogged this on Luxury Lifestyle Design.

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  176. Great pics….

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  177. lovely photos Emily. I recently moved to the city that never sleeps, hopefully I’ll be able to take pictures this well sometime soon

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  178. These pictures make me wanna fly to New York!

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  179. Coming from someone who used to live in NYC and strongly believes it to be the most amazing city in the world πŸ˜‰ you captured essence of it perfectly. Thanks for taking me back there today!

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  180. Amazing photos. I have a trip planned to NYC for October so thanks for this post. You could easily sell your photos. Maybe you do!

    Mark
    http://www.minimalistlifestyle.wordpress.com

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  181. botanicart

     /  April 12, 2012

    very nice pictures !!!

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  182. andrealweaver

     /  April 12, 2012

    Beautiful shots! I too Love NY and have the pleasure of living right outside in NJ so I make it over as much as I can. I love the angles and focus techniques you used to create unique images of some very photographed icons in the city!

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  183. Amazing photos! New York is truly an unique city and is a definite must-visit location to get the full effect!

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  184. From the locations of your photographs it seems like you covered a lot of ground in a short amount of time. Next time you’re out here, take it easy and stay away from the Square. Relax and take it all in easy as you please.

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  185. I love, love, love the taxi cab, duck and bridge photos. And I was super excited to see the red suitcase. I have that suitcase!!! When I was a child, it held all my doll’s clothes. Awesome!

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  186. Very artistic pictures:) and this summer I have plans to visit New York too and I really looking forward:P

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  187. alllllll the photographs are so so goooooood. thanks for sharing alllllllll of them.

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  188. Rose

     /  April 12, 2012

    Just love the city, hope someday I’ll be able to go there myself! Your photos are amazing, just made me wanna go there sooner! Wonderful!

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  189. Reblogged this on fundacionciem.

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  190. socialshan

     /  April 12, 2012

    amazing pictures πŸ™‚ I love NYC!

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  191. Great City…well captured. Really like the Grand Central photo. Caught it at a great moment…not too busy.

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  192. The beach shot with the shells is great!

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  193. This was an amazing set of photos i must say. I see all of these locations on a daily basis and have not appreciated them as much until now. Great job i must say

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  194. I totally love the Grand Central picture, when You live in NYC you tend to ignore the beauty and simplicity behind many things. GC is like my second home I walk in and out of it everyday on my way to work and back home, and the occasional weekend visit while on my way to have fun, it is great to see it at its best…great images.

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  195. Smashing Shots!

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  196. Fantansitc! It capture the true personality New York holds!
    I’ll be there in about two weeks and I’m doing an interview on a small business for the project
    I’m doing. If you would like to follow up on it It’ll be posted on my blog once finished at:

    http://katieraspberry.wordpress.com/

    Your blog post was amazing, you take great photos!
    Katie

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  197. Alberto

     /  April 12, 2012

    Very cool.

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  198. Nice work, my wife keeps asking me to take her to NY it looks as though this year is going to be the year to do it. I was a bit non commital, but after looking at your work I think it will be a nice few days trip, different from the UK so it seems. Thanks for posting them.

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  199. The thing about New York; each shot can have a thousand angles.

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  200. Amazing, I’m going there for the first time in september. Can’t wait! (awesome photos by the way)

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  201. Love the Bokeh shots! This brings back good memories of my travels to New York with friends and family. http://marrylallwrite.com/2011/06/30/new-york-in-a-day/

    Congratulations on being freshly pressed!

    Marryl

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  202. time2act1

     /  April 12, 2012

    … a off the ‘kinda’ subject but a NYC funny one… Back when I was oh maybe 18 or 19 i drove to NYC from the Boston area where I was born and raised. I had ben to the city but by train or bus… I had, I think 1969 or 70 Rover 2000 if anyone knows what they were… Anyway after the 2nd day I was beat… garaging that thing was bankrupting me until after 7PM… ect… anyway I was comming up 1st or 2nd Av which ever goes uptown and my intention was to get on the FDR at 59th st… I had a good run of perhaps 15 lights but the last one got me!!! I went to the right through the yellow and tried to cut in front of a cabbie at the other side of the intersection… NO DICE.. I ended up skiding up on to the sidewalk tooting my horn so people would move…. and this is the funny part… the side walk was wide and people got the ‘hint,’ I almost had a heart attack on the spot and this guy says ‘Get this piece of junk off the sidewalk! Pronto! I yessired all of them to death and a cop went right on by… It blew me AWAAAYYY!…LOL

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  203. I lived in NYC studying as an actor, and your pictures brought me right back. Also, your pictures reminded me of my own pictures and my journal when I was there to post. Thanks for the “flash (back)”.
    ~Cheers. Ed

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  204. Amazing picrtures, it really captures some feeling!

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  205. Wauw, love the photo’s! It’s amazing to see the city through your eyes! You capture very nice details. Like the 2 photo’s of the men sitting the most.

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  206. You captured the feeling of the city!

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  207. Oh, my GOD! I want to go to NYC real bad now!

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  208. Beautiful … captures NYC perfectly

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  210. amazing pics of new york…

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  211. i dig the way
    u capture a city’s
    energy
    condensing it all down
    in a fine array
    … for us to see.

    thank you.

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    u rock!

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  212. Reblogged this on Collectibles and commented:
    Wonderful!

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  213. I love NYC!!!! Great photos…. just pinned a few πŸ™‚

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  214. keshavprashanth

     /  April 13, 2012

    Amazing picutres.

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  215. So simple, so true, so interesting!

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  216. Nice pictures ! In fact, very very nice pictures of New York ! For people who want to listen to jazz there, have a look on the lists of the best jazz clubs on my blog and post your nicest pictures πŸ™‚ ! Enjoy your day and I wish you a lot of fantastic discoveries.
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  217. amazinggggg…………………….

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  218. I’ve been only once in NY and I loved it… loved your photos too, thanks for posting.
    Though I liked them all, my fav was the first one. Great panning you did there.
    Congrats πŸ™‚

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  219. What a gorgeous city! I hope I can visit here someday ❀

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  220. E,ily- Great stuff! Really enjoyed the NYC pics. Hope you will check out my article: http://edfayette.com/2011/06/14/first-timers-guide-to-new-york-city/ as well as follow me at edfayette.com and @edfayette on Twitter. Marticles are found at Yahoo, and also in the March and April (and soon to be May 2012) issues of wwww.destinationstravelmagazine.com .
    I look forward to following your work.
    Ed

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  221. I really enjoyed this post! Your pictures of NYC were splendid and, you really captured the experience of everyday New Yorker’s as well as tourists. It’s rare that I see photography that does this so well and I’m sure it has a lot to do with your excitement and healthy appetite for taking in all of the subtle nuances of this great city! I agree with you, NYC can definitely be a bit much and it took some getting used to as I’m from Savannah, Ga. But, you captured everything I like about the city. I can’t wait to follow more of your work — keep it coming!

    Cheers to excitement, great captures, and showing the human experience!

    cc:Keith

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  222. cbrohan

     /  April 13, 2012

    Your long exposure photos are great! what equipment and settings do you use?

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  223. Great shots…
    Andy O.

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  224. I love this! So amazingly creative! Love the idea..

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  225. i love the bigness and smallness of how you chose to capture the city.

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  226. Unna

     /  April 14, 2012

    Love the ducks in the water!

    Congratz on being Freshly Pressed. πŸ™‚

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  227. niciest city in the world. I love it.

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  228. nicest city in the world. I love new york city

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  229. beautiful images, makes me wanna return for a visit!

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  230. I like the cute red color suitcase ” going to grandma’s.” I need it….. huh.

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  231. I was almost having a dizzy feeling to see the first picture… I like the ocean picture most. it was so quite and calm… NYC is the Heaven on earth…

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  232. Just LOVIN the N.Y. pictures! This city is on my bucket list to see one day. Keep up the wonderful work!

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  233. your shots are AWESOME, new york will definitely go to my bucket list now πŸ™‚

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  234. livewithearth

     /  April 17, 2012

    I just visited NYC recently, and I agree with you that it is great in small doses. I love the way your pictures capture the motion of the city. Never a still moment there!

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  235. Love your Post! It reminds me of my 1st experience of traveling New York! (:

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  236. Reblogged this on Thoughts Unrestricted and commented:
    There are some really wonderful clicks here… enjoy

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  237. you’ve composed a great tribute to Big Apple!

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  238. Amazing pictures…

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  239. Wonderful photos… I lived in NYC for 2 years and I still never run out of new things to see. I love the perspective you and your friends provided.

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  240. Sarah

     /  May 15, 2012

    Awesome photos! I would love to visit New York. It’s definitely in my bucket list πŸ™‚

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  241. The beauty of these images Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaao Thank you

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  242. This is amazing. I love your work. Makes me want to go out and take pictures. You are very talented. I will have to make a trip to New York for sure. πŸ™‚

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  243. So in love with your blog! really glad I found it…and congrats on being freshly pressed! the Montreal post is also very very nice. xx

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