My first time in N.Y.C.! Our first time in the U.S.A.
What a beautiful moment to reminisce. My partner Karl and I, and our group of fabulous friends walked in the streets of New York City. The sharp cold wind burned our lips in the midst of winter season, a freeze in the brain, our bodies did not adapt quick enough. Big buildings, loud sirens, yellow cabs, fellow tourists, tour busses, it seemed very familiar to me. I said to myself "I will never get lost in a place I have never been before, if I did, then I'm lucky."
|Every street in New York may look the same but it has its own unique ambience. But one thing is for sure, you have to look up to see the best view!|
|This fabulous chick knows how to run the city! She caught a local New York photographer's interest for walking in the snow with her stilettos on the slippery wet pavements to attend a Broadway Show.|
|This is my beautiful friend Crazel. You will never see this chick cosily covered with heavy jackets and eskimo hat in Australia. But in New York she had no option.|
|After we had the most exquisite Japanese noodle soup, we decided to visit the top of the Empire State Building just 10 mins before it shuts. And guess who did not make it on time? haha|
|Many groups of people walk together on the Brooklyn Bridge. Some are group of three, some are family of 4, couples, and a number of individuals who are strongly independent. From what I have heard, the beauty of NYC is its melting pot character.|
|The next night me and Karl made it on top of the Empire State Building and Reggie, Nicole, and Crazel took a subway to Queens.|
|It was Valentine's Day when I captured this photo. I can not help but wonder, how many people travelled to this city to find LOVE?|
Until we meet again New York!