The Big Apple. NYC. HONKHONKHEYWATCHWHEREYOUREGOING. By whatever name you know it, New York City is iconic. With epic skyscrapers framing legendary Broadway and incredible Central Park, there’s something to see for everyone.
My job requires fairly frequent travel to New York City, so I’ve gotten to know it pretty well over the years. While visiting for the first time can be overwhelming, you get used to the pace of life there pretty quickly and it’s surprisingly easy to navigate. As my interest in photography has grown, the sights of New York City have frequently found themselves in front of my lens, so let’s check out my five favorite pictures of New York City!
This week I’ve been sharing little posts with my five favorite pictures from certain areas. Today we conclude that little post series with: my five favorite pictures from the USA. I’m an American and I love my country, over the past few years as I’ve begun to take photography more and more seriously I’ve enjoyed looking at my country from that perspective. America isn’t perfect by any stretch but it has some truly world-class sites, so let’s get to it!
A few weeks ago I was in New York to spend time with my family. I don’t have any family in New York, they were visiting there and flights were cheap, so why not? The first night I stayed at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan, which is a massive if not unimpressive edifice that is nice enough on the inside but has little personality. I needed to be in New York for one more night and was perusing through available hotels and for some reason my eyes kept darting back to the Park Hyatt New York. It was certainly out of my budget (at around $900 per night!) but I had some Hyatt points sitting there. Could it be worth it? Let’s review the Park Hyatt New York.
Andy tests out the DJI Osmo in New York City and visits some cool landmarks
Andy’s been to New York again and brought along his camera like always. Check out a few of his favorites from this visit!