10 Photos from New York

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Oct 17, 2013
Posted in: Photos, Top Ten

We weren’t in New York long. Just enough time for a trip to a few museums, a show, and for me to buy a pair of jeans at Uniqlo (they were so cheap that they stain my hands blue every time I wear them, and still I love them).

That jaunt to New York was a blip on the radar, sandwiched between other trips. But I managed to take a few pictures here and there (when I wasn’t forgetting my camera).

Here are ten shots from New York. I hope you like them.

  1. View from our porthole window, The Maritime Hotel, Chelsea.

  2. Looking upward, Fifth Avenue.

  3. Vinyl sculptures in profile, The MoMA

  4. Rand examines some frogs, The Museum of Natural History

  5. Visitors at the World Trade Center Memorial Site.

  6. Miniature American flag, near the WTC memorial.

  7. Rand’s grandfather does his best dinosaur impression, The Museum of Natural History

  8. T-Rex model, the Museum of Natural History.

  9. Sleeping tree frog, Museum of Natural History

  10. Self-portrait with Rand and his grandparents, Chelsea

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