Travel Photos of the Upper East Side, New York
New York, oh how I have and haven’t missed you 😘😘😘. Back in August, I spent a quick 48 hours in the Big Apple, and it was great being a tourist in my former stomping grounds. One of my favorite places to visit while I lived in the city was Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or the Met. I lived in Hell’s Kitchen, only a couple block south of Central Park, so on a weekend morning I loved walking into the Park and up to the Met. Roundtrip it was a couple mile walk, so great exercise in beautiful Mother Nature.
Being in NYC got me all nostalgic, so I started looking through some old photos that I took while living in the Big Apple. Going through the digital files, I almost forgot that I had several NYC sunset photos taken from my old apartment in Hell’s Kitchen. One of my favorite things and a deciding factor to move into this apartment was the beautiful natural light it had because it faced West, overlooking the Hudson River. Little did I realize when I signed my lease that the added bonus of this West facing apartment was the opportunity to watch sunset from the comfort of my living or bedroom! Even though I wasn’t dedicated like I am now to watching sunset in Tamarindo every night, when I lived in NYC I started to take note what time sunset was – – if I was able to be back at my apartment during sunset, you bet I was ever-so-stoked to be watching Mother Nature’s magic!