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Throwback #004

Have you sensed that I have been perusing my New York City photos again? I’ve got the itch to go visit. Bad. I want to spend an entire week there, like we did in St Louis, and soak up as much of the Big Apple as I can. This photo is from 2009, when my family and I went to the Poconos and stopped in NYC for just a day and a half.

Guys, I gotta go back.



Throwback #002

Reprocessing this old photograph for Throwback Thursday editing stirred up something. This photo was taken in 2009, the week of July 4th. We were up visiting family and had just two days in majestic, gritty New York City.  We rushed everywhere and I remember scarfing down Nathan’s hotdogs and admiring the organic way the city pulsated with people and cars and noise between the concrete, glass and scaffolding. I haven’t been back since and I really want to go after spending five minutes with this photo.



Look Up

I get a rush when I look up at skyscrapers. It’s a symptom of the love I have for this city, and all cities in general. Hubs of so many different people and problems and unity among disparity is really hard to find elsewhere and it exhilarates me.

Here’s a familiar sight to Atlantans.



New York City : Radio City

We didn’t spend enough time in New York City for me to truly be able to explore and capture this bustling, beautiful city.


I’ve got to make a trip up there sometime. And a trip to Florida since one of my long-time buddies now lives there. I might have an interesting summer planned.