It's been a while since my last photo essay, and I am here to rectify that right now!
This collection of photos is really random. Just shots I had taken throughout the course of the year that I really liked and want to share with you. The one thing that unifies them is that the point of view is always looking up at the buildings in Manhattan. And because this is Manhattan, they also happen to be luxurious and by extension expensive.
Today is my four year blog anniversary, or as I like to call it blogoversary! I can hardly believe that it's been four years since I started this little blog of mine.
To celebrate, instead of sharing a DIY project with you all I thought I'd take a look back at this past year and share a bit about my journey. Four years and an important lesson learned the hard way!
I've been saving up these photos for a while now and I really don't know why. They were all taken in the area of downtown Manhattan, a bit of SoHo and primarily to the west which is a commercial area and known as Hudson Square.
Today I'm taking you on a tour and sharing a monumental surprise at Hudson Square in New York.
A few months back I went to Bryant Park in New York's Midtown to meet some friends.
Bryant Park is located behind the New York Public Library just off of Fifth Avenue. I sat in one spot and just photographed. This is my visit to the restored Bryant Park and its surrounding areas.
One of the best parts of living in New York is Christmastime in the city!
All of Manhattan is dressed up in its finery for the holidays. Last year I took you on a walk down Fifth Avenue. But this year I am going to take you on a visit to the spectacular tree at Rockefeller Center.
I'm Mary and I recently moved to New York from beautiful Greece. I like to re-purpose and up-cycle anything that is old or looks like junk. Join me as we use our creativity to spark some life into old things. And do it frugally! You will also see lots of photography of my Greece and New York.
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