This past weekend I spent a whole 36 hours in NYC. Here's a few things I learned and a few things I managed to see.
Everything moves a
little a lot faster.
A helicopter circling and a flag waving in the wind.
The colours. The colours are amazing.
From small town farmer, to meeting with 6 executives on the 25th floor of this building on his first trip to NYC. One of the most determined people I know.
Talent everywhere. If you can sing on the streets of NYC and people stop to listen, you know it's got to be good.
A city with character.
Beautiful skylines that deserve to be seen with an open sky.
A building that stands out mainly because it stands alone. And a tree that seemed to just match the building behind it.
The stories of these buildings must be amazing.
A store only Apple would create.
Streets upon streets like this.
The store we thought we would never arrive at.
A big city, but it's the details that I loved.
The one and only Central Park.
And the one and only Trump Tower.
The view from our hotel. Kinda different from the view at home ;).
The glow of the evening lights.
Inspiration e.v.e.r.y.w.h.e.r.e. Love this wall display.
It's a good thing this store isn't too close to home.
And a moon touching the city skyline.