1 PicADay Project: Day 326

Rainy Night in New York City

Took this with Canon SX120IS from the top of the Rockefeller Center. 

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1 PicADay Project: Day 319

Cartier NYC

  • Luxury jeweller and watch manufacturer
  • Founded 1847 in Paris France by Louis-François Cartier
  • Cartier operates more than 200 stores in 125 countries, with four emblematic boutiques world-wide in  Paris, London, New York & Tokyo

*excerpt from Wikipedia.com

(taken with Canon 120SX IS and edited in Picnik)

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1 PicADay Project: Day 318

Zach in Central Park

I went back through my photos from our NYC trip in March and found a few more that I want to post.  Here’s one of Zach resting on a bench on the Mall at Central Park.  (I guess you use the word ‘on’ instead of ‘in’?)

I think the kids were more tired than we were.  Wusses! 

(Taken with Canon SX120IS and edited in Picnik)

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1 PicADay Project: Day 249


Snapped this on the way to visit the Empire State Building.  Have I mentioned that I love New York? (edited in Picnik)

1 PicADay Project: Day 218

A photo of my family in Battery Park in NYC.

1 PicADay Project: Day 217

Here’s a b&w of Times Square.

1 PicADay Project: Day 216

Time’s Square is ablaze with light, action and people.  Here’s a photo that I took of a corner of one of the buildings with the jumbo trons.

1PicADay Project: day 215

We set out yesterday to find Tom’s Restaurant near Central Park North. We found the restaurant and ate there but stopped at The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. It is such a huge and awesomly beautiful, sacred place. Here’s a photo of a section of the front of the church. I’m posting this photo because I like the sun rays that my iPhone caught. I edited this using Cinema FX app by changing to sepia tone.


Here’s the view outside our hotel room window at the London NYC Hotel.

1 PicADay Project: Day 189

Continuing with the NYC theme, here’s a shot of the front door of Sak’s Fifth Avenue in New York.

One of the most famous retailers in the world, this elegant department store has been dressing the well-heeled since 1902.

Opened by Andrew Saks, the original store was located in Herald Square (where Macy’s resides).
After merging that store with Gimbel’s, Saks opened this Fifth Avenue store catering to the wealthy in 1924.



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