NYC Revisited

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On Monday I posted what I packed for our trip to NYC. Tuesday I posted some film shots that I took while we were there but realized that I didn’t really expand on our trip or share what we did! Above are some shots that I took on my iPhone since I haven’t developed my second roll of film quite yet. Since I don’t like really long wordy posts, I like writing in bullets so here we go.

 

The bullets sort of coordinate with the photos (left to right, clockwise-ish):

  • We stayed in Midtown. My parents (who are amazing) let us use their timeshare and we stayed in the penthouse suite. Holla! 
  • Adam and I had a blast. It was a really amazing week/end for us. Looking at art, trying new things, being independent. All good.
  • As for art museums, we only went to the MOMA. I highly recommend it. I was there in 2007 and I forgot how awesome it is.
  • I attended a film photography class taught by Brian Ferry. Such a wonderful experience and really inspiring. He’s a huge reason why I started shooting film.
  • I ate a lot of NYC-style gluten-free pizza. And it was amazing. If you’re ever in Midtown, Don Antonio’s delivers late!
  • I got to eat a really, really amazing fish taco at Dorado Tacos in Greenwich Village.
  • Skip lugging your hair dryer or straighter around and just get blowouts at Dry Bar when you’re there. Ah I love it when people do my hair.
  • If you’re gluten-free, get some doughnuts at Tu-Lu’s Bakery!
  • I got to spend time with one of my best friends, Kellyn. We celebrated her birthday and ate at Saraghina’s in Brooklyn. I got the mussels. Yum.
  • I know I was supposed to photograph my outfits every day in February but I utterly failed. I’m not good at finding legit mirrors, posing cool or really even wearing amazing clothing. I consistently can be found wearing what I wore in New York: sweater, jean leggings, boots OR my pajamas. Ha.

Also, while at the MOMA I decided to only take photos of people looking at the art. Not just the art. Art is cool but it’s a lot more fun to watch people interact with each piece. Enjoy.

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I’m pretty sure we’re going back to NYC (Airbnb style) in May or June. Any favorite places we should check out?

 

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