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So, I will have to start out saying that the entire weekend was hazy, hot and humid. I was so dissapointed that every pic had a blown out white sky. Sure, I could fake a nicer sky in, but that would be cheating.
The trip started bright and early at the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport.
My wife and I were visiting friends who live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Most of the photos take place there and around the more popular areas of Manhattan.
Day 2 started at 5am. Again, in the Upper West Side
Then onwards, through the subway and to see the Empire State Building.
...I am a manager at Walgreens, these are for the office
Back towards Times Square again
We were invited to our friend's children's baptism, the church was stunning!
Day 3 we tackled Union Square
A few leftover randoms
At this point, the remnants of Barry were starting to creep. The rain started and thus ended the photo safari. Thanks for viewing!
So incredible! A friend of mine just relocated from Philly to NYC. He moved into an incredible apartment right in the heart of Chelsea. So needless to say I absolutely have to get over there this summer for a visit.