I took this picture on memorial day. There were a ton of flowers everywhere, so I shot a close-up on these daisies. This is actually my background when I pull Google up.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
This was at 6:45 in the morning in Central Park our first day. Our flight had gotten in around 6:00 but we couldnt check into our hotel until 1:00-ish. We decided to go to Central Park (which was only a few blocks away) to spend some time. We saw a couple hobo's sleeping the park. Creepy!
Times Square on our way back from somewhere. The saying that says New York never sleeps is 100% true!
Macy's department store. And they really arent kidding, it really is the worlds largest department store, its huge!!! Ten floors to be exact. ;)
Our view from the empire state building. We were 86 floors up but the elevator ride only took like three minutes! The elevators are sooo fast there!
This is a mug of hot chocolate from a restaurant named Norma's. The choco wasnt hot chocolate from a can like a lot of us make, it was pure melted chocolate with a cup of homeade whipped cream on the side. Yum!! And the price tag showed it! For this one mug of extremely goo choco it was $9! New York is soooo expensive!!!
Times Square again. This is the same spot as that other photo I just took the picture the other way.
This is, as you can see, the Statue of Liberty. The picture does not look quite this goo in real life, but hey! Why would they invent photoshop if your not allowed to use it? :)
This is a pond in Central Park. These boats have no motors and just float around. You can see 5th Avenue in the background. The penthouses on the building on the left go for about $24,000 a week. Funny story about this picture, you cant see him but there is actually a hobo sleeping on the bench next to us. Weird!
This was a building, (I dont know where so dont ask) that I saw as we were walking somewhere. As you can tell, I dont hardly know anything about this picture. :) This building was actually a smaller building for New York, only being about 5-6 stories high.