So this is the picture dump from the week that I was away in New York City. It was a deadly trip, saw lots of cool stuff, and took lots of cool pictures. I did take a picture every day and I tried my best to stay within the theme.
Picture 1: Went to the Lego store and this was above the archway inside. I thought it was a really fitting saying as it was architecture week. The sculptures inside were all made out of legos and it was truly incredible. After being in the store I can see why people have such an addiction to collecting lego sets.
Picture 2: We went sightseeing that day to some of the famous building in NYC. This is a picture of the New York Public library, a truly incredible building with a lot of history. One of my favourite places we visited on the trip.
Picture 3: Wanted to showcase the night-life around Times Square. It literally always has a bunch of people around and non-stop traffic. Wish I had my tripod with me for moments like these.
Picture 4: Went to the Metropolitan Museum and it was boring as shit. However, they did have an incredible Egyptian exhibit that featured really sculptures and bricks from way back when. They were architectural kings back in the day, and to see this stuff preserved and on display was incredible.
Picture 5: Baseball day! What an amazing place to experience a baseball game. I liked the reflection in Janet’s sunglasses as I thought it captured the day nicely.
Picture 6: I’ve wanted to go to this exact spot and take this exact picture for months after I found it on the internet. It is a picture of the Empire State Building framed within the arch of the Manhattan Bridge. Janet and I travelled specifically to Brooklyn so I could take this picture, it was a good day.
Picture 7: Water week, non theme - Times Square in all its glory
Picture 8: Another non-theme, we spent all day in the airport so I didn’t get much chance for pictures, so I took this one as we were flying into St. John’s
Overall, a deadly ‘ol trip! Also, no posts the weekend, will do a picture dump when I can.