The art of NYC

My very first trip to New York City was a blast! Central Park is so much bigger than what I thought it would be — it’s kind of like a beautiful forest in the middle of the city! Although the lights and tall buildings are to be expected, it’s still amazing to see it all in person! And mostly, I was taken back by the details. Such beautiful architecture, color, and texture in the strangest of places. Enjoy these photos as I tried to capture the essence of what is New York City — in the details.

Under a bridge in Central Park

Under a bridge in Central Park

New York City subway - Penn Station

New York City subway – Penn Station

Dedication bench in Central Park

Dedication bench in Central Park

Somewhere off 5th Ave - NYC

Somewhere off 5th Ave – NYC

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Somewhere off Broadway – NYC

Central Park fountain - NYC

Central Park fountain – NYC

Apartment Entrance - NYC

Apartment Entrance – NYC

Subway entrance off 5th Ave. - NYC

Subway entrance off 5th Ave. – NYC

Bryant Park - NYC

Bryant Park – NYC

Somewhere off 5th Ave - NYC

Somewhere off 5th Ave – NYC

Bryant Park - NYC

Bryant Park – NYC

Strawberry Fields in Central Park - NYC

Strawberry Fields in Central Park – NYC

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5th Ave – NYC

Somewhere off 5th Ave. - NYC

Somewhere off 5th Ave – NYC

Lots of love,
Mary

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