You can count on a bunch of new, nostalgic posts about New York this week as I wrap up and reflect on my time there before I start a new (and final!) school year. This post is here to satisfy Ruth, who asked me if I was going to put this experience in my blog. Well of course! She introduced me to a whole new perspective on New York – 100 feet up in the air. But I also liked the photos from that night, so this is sort of my chance to brag as well 😀
All these pictures were taken in the Financial District (hence, Fi-Di). Below, you can see the Brooklyn Bridge spanning the East River.
And then I took another photo later that night when the sky got darker and turned this weird purplish hue:
I did something similar on Fourth of July when I took photos of the city at different times while the sun set. Here’s another “time lapse:”
Notice the ship sailing on the river. How awesome would that have been? A party ship?!
A surprising view:
I’m glad that in my last week here (Aug. 12) I completed a bucketlist item, which was to see New York from a roof at night. In contrast to the one rooftop bar I visited, this place was even better – better view, less people (it was only us up there that night), and freeee 😉 I had a fun night with my girls! Thanks Ruth!
What are some other places where you can see a cool view of New York? Bars, rooftops, your penthouse??!
Thanks for reading!
P.S. Read more posts that’ll “heighten” your experience (ha): Columbus Circle From Above