Taken at Times Square. As touristy as this place is, it's one of my favorite places in New York. Makes sense since I love people watching.
There's no denying it. I have come to like, and yes often enough, love New York. Which is why I'm doing this post, because I miss that crazy city. These photos aren't necessarily the best ones I've taken. Since my MBTI says I'm a feeling person, it's most likely that I chose these photos because of the feelings and memories attached to them. So here are my Top 10 favorite photos in New York City so far.
This isn't exactly a great photo. But this photo of Van Gogh's "Starry, starry night" at the Museum of Modern Art is important to me. This painting has brought me inspiration in so many moments of my life.
Here Bea helps me prepare for her sister's prenup photoshoot at the Bronx Botanical Garden. I love this photo because it captures the awesome colors of fall. Fall in New York is dabomb ya'll.
I thought I'd hate winter. But when it finally snowed, my heart soared and I just wanted to roll around on the snow in the streets. If only I was 10 years old again. And if only this wasn't in the Bronx.
I truly love this picture of Nathan and Jaime. Nathan wanted to give these prenuptial pictures as anniversary gift to Jaime since they didn't take a lot of pictures on their wedding day.
This kid just looked so happy during the St. Patrick's Day parade in Manhattan.
It was cold in Battery Park that day. Good for them.
Christmas in New York is mind-bonglingly beautiful. Just look at these giant ass christmas lights.
I like this picture of Mahwish walking down in Manhattan.
There were so many amazing art works in the MET but I had to settle for these figures sculpted on the sides of a table.
Finally, this one. A tired Statue of Liberty.