It’s always fun to have an excuse to visit the Big Apple – New York City. Better yet when you can incorporate business with a bit of pleasure. This particular time I was selected to photograph a group of prestige Doctor’s who themselves were visiting from other countries which made it even more interesting. Aside from being a professional photographer I also enjoy meeting and talking to people – guess you could say I’m a “people person” – makes my job easy – plus it makes everyone comfortable as well and within an hour of great conversation we all blended very nicely.
What a more perfect time to be in New York during the Christmas season when it sparkles – a spectacular site to see.
Great photo opportunities and jaw dropping views of the glittering Manhattan Skyline. Enjoy nighttime views and ambiance of Times Square, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and Lower East Side. Don’t forget Rockefeller Center with the Tree – a mountain of branches covered with miles of lights. The Empire State Building is another measurement stick to see before the holidays are over with the top three tiers brightly lit in red and green. The window decorations are another amazing thing to see – as I strolled along 5th Avenue that brisk evening I thought to myself what a way to get into the holiday spirit!
A bonus for me is to always stop by one of the many vendors for one of my favorite foods – the knish. I make it a ritual to bring home many & store in the freezer. Only in New York do I find the best!
My accommodations were clean & comfortable but oh so small!!! Good thing it was only myself because you certainly could not pass anyone within the confines of the room. I laughed to myself. It was smaller than a shoe box, but NYC is a place where one spends no time in a hotel room and lots of time taking photos.
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