Today my husband and I walked along 7th avenue downtown, many tourists had the same idea, I love seeing tons of tourists in New York City walking around and appreciating the city I grew up in as did my husband. As you can imagine, I wasn’t the only one with my cellphone out, aimed up and all around, taking advantage of the gorgeous day to take pictures. Walking was a little challenging with the many stops and starts, not by me, but by many others in front of us and to our side. Today it was a good idea to be aware of where you were in relation to your surroundings, there is a big difference when you walk amongst crowds of tourists than when you walk amongst die hard New Yorkers.
Scenes from New York in January
03 Sunday Jan 2016
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Awesome graffiti in the third shot. It was a good day to be out in Boston. It looks the same in NYC. Get out there today because the cold arrives tomorrow. Cheers!
You’re right, there are some magnificent graffiti pieces in New York. I’m going to stay inside for Monday and Tuesday as much as possible, I too plenty of pictures to write about to afford to stay inside. 😀
Yes. I took some photos today to try to make sure I had some ready in case the weather gets messy.
I love the graffiti too!
Delightful taking this walk with you this morning!
I love the Mercedes photo!
I’m so glad that you enjoyed our stroll in New York!! 😀
I’m still giggling from it!
I want to write a poem off the Merc photo, will link back to you of course – there’s so much both you and your lover are doing so spectacularly!
Notwithstanding the time difference, I arose this morning, in between my duties, orange juice in hand, small garden arraigned before me and –
I’ve taken a complete walk through stomping grounds so familiar to my youth, so present through your romp……
Ak. More even than spectacular, you’ve got it.
Keep expressing, fully, throw care to the wind, behave willy-nilly now – spread freedom.
On, I say; Tally Ho!
You give me such strength! Your words inspire me to continue smiling and looking for the wonders of the world around me. Thank you so much for that. 😀
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I am so honored! 😀