If you haven't yet visited Madison Square Park to see the Anthony Gromley's exhibit, you really should. It's pretty amazing that NYC let him put 31 statues of himself on top of buildings. How did they even get them up there? I love the one on top of the Flatiron building because it seems almost impossible to hang out up there. You can find more information here. Happy hunting!
I love this time of year because all along the road there are beautiful pops of bright pink. Seems like there are more cherry blossoms blooming along the city which makes me so happy. I'm heading over to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens this weekend to take dozens of photos of the cherry blossoms. You can check out the progress here (looks like they are all in bloom!) and try to visit before they're gone.
It was a gorgeous day in New York City today and I happened to walk through the Union Square farmers market today. It was a bit too crowded for me to venture all the way in but I took a few shots on the outskirts of the market.
On monday I took a vacation day to get some things done (ie. fix leaky windows) but by the afternoon, I was outside enjoying the gorgeous spring day. One of my favorite places is the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. It's the first place I went to when I moved into the neighborhood almost 10 years ago in June. A perfect sunday consists of drinking an iced tea, reading The Sunday Times and sitting on the promendade. It doesn't get better than that!
I'm loving the iPhone app Hipstamatic! 336 different combination's of their lens, films and flashes. Say no more, I'm instantly hooked. It feels new and vintage at the same time. How did they do that? Of course, Photojojo did all the work of trying out each lens. I think they have too much time on their hands but of course, I couldn't be happier. Check out their website tutorial here.