Tag Archives: New York City

Mentioning portraits…

I’ve learned that besides the usual catching people doing going about their lives unaware (most of the time) of you snapping their photo, there is a thing called street portraits.  So how is this different from just street photography?  In … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

From our end of the interweb to yours♥ Let there be peace on earth – please! Teri and DH 📷 (Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – NYC 2019)

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Let it snow. No, wait! That was the last time

Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City really puts on a display for the holiday season.  Not only did they have some fashionably gorgeous windows but they also put on their annual light and music show to go along with … Continue reading

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Macy’s Holiday Window Displays

Believe in the wonder says the sign that the giant Santa holds above one of the entrances to this iconic store.  Their Christmas window displays have thrilled and entranced children (and adults) for many many years, so when I had … Continue reading

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5th Avenue holiday hotel decor

The Peninsula Hotel advertises itself as an ultimate 5 star luxury hotel in New York.  It does have quite a prime location on 5th Avenue with Central Park and all of the high end shops within walking distance.  I could … Continue reading

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Christmas in New York

I’ve been away crossing yet another item on my bucket list of places to see and  experience.  This time it was visiting New York when they pull out all the stops decorating for the holidays.  There were times when I … Continue reading

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Chinatown – The Bloody Angle

Deep in the heart of Chinatown lies a street with a very violent history which has garnered it the nickname of The Bloody Angle; the deadliest street in American history.  Doyers Street is a very short and narrow street bent … Continue reading

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