Today’s Wandering Wednesday has photos from my walk north on Broadway from Barclay Street in the Financial District to Times Square, walking south on Broadway to Battery Park, City Hall Park, Bryant Park, and walking north on 10th Avenue from 14th Street.
This week’s Wandering Wednesday features photos of sunsets, friends, and of course city architecture. Starting back with my look up series! Stay tuned for a new page featuring some of my favorites later this month.
PS- Thanks goes out to Kendra for willingly going along with the “photo shoot.”
PPS- So happy to see Emily, after almost 4 years, in Queens a few weeks ago.
Sunset on 42nd street.
I live here…
Empire State Building
Another view of the city from the East River.
Spending time with Emily at Shakespeare in A Park
Manhattan skyline from Queens at sunset.
One more shot from the park in Queens.
Got to see Misty Copeland debut as Juliet with ABT at the Metropolitan Opera House with Alicia.
My model for the day while wandering in SoHo. Thanks Kendra!
Cheesin’ in SoHo.
“What if i fall? Oh, but what if you fly?”
Model posing on the street.
Street art in SoHo.
Look up: Columbus Circle subway station.
Look up: The clouds just swim along the surface of the windows at the Time Warner Building.
One of the last days I could wear flats with no socks and see this fall foliage.
Loved how peaceful and serenely empty the walk was.
Fall walk in Harlem.
St. Nicholas Park
I wandered out of the city a few weeks ago for the Westchester Cat Show!
I even got to take a picture with Miss Westchester!
Cat Show Inside!
Holding onto a pie I bought at the small market in Westchester.
Took myself on a date to the Met, last Monday.
One of my FAVORITE spots in the city.
Looking downtown on Museum Mile.
Looking east down 82nd Street.
Sunset on my walk down 6th Avenue.
Hitting Herald Square.
Wandering Wednesday is BACK! This week features photos from the Westchester Feline Association Cat Show (I kid you not!), my random walk through Riverside and Riverbank State Park, a gorgeous sunset on my walk to the office, and my solo date to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hope you enjoy!
This weekend, I got to cross off item number 3 on my bucket list by attending the Dumbo Art Festival in Brooklyn! Since I waited until Sunday to attend, which was the last day, I decided to make a day of it. As I was getting ready I headed over to Saskia’s website to see if she would be selling jewelry in the area, and to my delight not only did she have a booth at Atlantic Antic, but she herself was selling at that location! So Sunday turned into Brooklyn Day!!
I wandered with thousands of other New Yorkers up and down Atlantic Avenue, on a very warm September afternoon listening to live music, checking out the vendors’ various wares and food options. There were a lot of people (strollers, bikes, and pups, Oh My) but I had a great conversation with Saskia at her booth and even made a connection with a vendor working for a young handbag designer based in Brooklyn.
After getting my fill of that excitement, I traipsed to the river for the Art Fest, picking up my friend AJ along the way. This bucket list item included a lot of firsts for me: I’d never been to Dumbo or Brooklyn Bridge Park, so in between the art and location it turned into a stupendous day. AJ and I headed to Shake Shack for vittles, A/C, and football chatting about upcoming plans and an acting project I’m thinking of producing. (ooooo, mystery) I was incredibly tempted to walk the Brooklyn Bridge back to Manhattan, but with a full tummy and tired feet, I’ve decided to postpone that item. As I know you’ve come to expect I took some great photos along the way and have included them below!
Fall has begun and I already have one item checked off! Can’t wait to see what I knock out this week.
Saskia at the SdV Designs booth
A fabulous poncho I came across at Atlantic Antic.
Wednesday definitely got away from me yesterday friends, and I have some great photos to post. So since it’s my blog and I make the rules, just this once, I’m posting “Wandering Wednesday” on a THURSDAY!
bum, bum, bum!!!
So this week’s photos feature the amazing mural on the front of the Century 21 department store across from the World Trade Center, 1 WTC, the Paris Cinema, Hamilton Heights and Time Square.