Rockefeller Center


To me, there is nothing like taking pics on a rainy night in NYC. All of the colors are full of contrast more so than on a regular night. I didn’t expect to see any more holiday lights or shows but was pleasantly surprised last week. I ended up in St. Patrick’s Cathedral to warm up and never noticed how beautiful it is on the inside, it’s absolutely amazing. My final destination was to remind myself to continue being silly and have fun at the new location of FAO Schwartz.

Did you know that the fountain figures in Rockefeller Center are mermaid nereids? Find out more info : Fountain head figures at Rockefeller Center .

Last week, I had a tiny tear in my cornea (thanks to a super dry contact lens that I drowned in eye drops that were still dry when removed) and couldn’t see 100%( all better now). Despite this, I still decided to push forward and wander NYC in the rain. It’s okay to have bad days but it’s up to you to decide how to let it affect you. You can wallow in it (I do it too and there is nothing wrong with that as well) but don’t forget to get up and move forward.

I also can’t resist taking pics in bad weather. I absolutely love to have a camera on me during rain, snow or any kind of storm. ☺️


Coney Island 2019

Some pics from windy Coney Island on 1/1. I missed the polar bears (people) in the water but made the most out of my day on the beach. It really was the perfect weather for those who were new to bathing in the “holy(dirty ass)” waters of Coney for the first time in the winter. 


The first week of the new year is already over folks. Time waits for no one, so go out there and live your life, it’s okay if you do something that isn’t the norm for yourself. Live a little, take a chance, explore.


Walk in Central Park

Saturday was a beautiful day to get lost in Central Park with a camera. I found myself on trails that I’ve never been on before, had a random strange man stop to ask me about holes in a tree since I was being nosy tracking birds (I moved the hell away really fast since it was just us and it was secluded), tracked a hawk with a taste for squirrels for half an hour and it led me to these drummers that were putting in work. I found the fancy duck that everyone is apparently losing their minds over (there is a Mandarin duck in the CP zoo people). I was wondering where all the pigeons were since that hawk kept going for squirrels and found them chilling by the horses on 59th.

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