Visiting the World Trade Centre Memorial site in New York City is an emotional site, especially if you attend the memorial site when there isn’t as many tourists around. The pools are beautiful and its a touching memorial to those who passed away in the world’s worst terrorism attack.
On my trip to New York City, I never expected to see a Michael Jackson doll attached to a bicycle in Greenich Village. For an avid Michael Jackson fan, it was a welcome surprise and it made me want to listen to his hits. RIP Michael Jackson.
Enjoy New York City travel photography and images of New York. While touring the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I truly enjoyed the ancient Egyptian section. The image above features figurines of Egyptians carved by ancient people and left as relics in a tomb.
Enjoy New York City travel photography and images of New York. While in Lower Manhatten, I was able to take the New York Subway down to the South Street Sea Port where I had an incredible view of the sea and of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
Enjoy New York City travel photography and images of New York. While on the Staten Island ferry, I was able to capture a great, iconic image of New York City–it’s beautiful skyline with a tiny tugboat chugging along in the corner.