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!
P.S. Love these photos from my travels? Check out my photos from the North Shore of Long Island and my Mini Travel Guide to Hyde Park, NY!