By Seth Fera-Schanes I posted about a mini Fall Adventure with a friend where we accidentally ended up in the Bronx Botanical Garden. We were there the first week of November and happened to catch the garden in some prime fall foliage. Here are a few pictures from […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York City’s 8 million residents love the fall season. The humidity of summer has left and we wake up to crisp mornings, pumpkin spiced everything and of course the changing foliage. Visitors and residents alike will head out to the parks in droves, cameras […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Riverside Park is located on the westside of Manhattan and runs parallel with the Hudson River. This is one of my favorite areas in all of New York. On any given day you will see locals running or bike riding up and down one of […]
Located in Washington Heights right off the 1 train on 153rd st., Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum is worth the trip. Plan on spending 1-2 hours to walk the grounds and look for some of NYC past famous residents. Also, while you are exploring try and find the plaque that marks this place as one of the battlegrounds of the Revolutionary War.
By Seth Fera-Schanes The Union Square Farmer’s Market is in full summer mode. Great flowers, squash, tomatoes and fish are all available and sourced from farmer’s in the Hudson Valley, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I made my typical Saturday rounds and bought some red currants, snap peas and […]
A full moon over New York City is always fun to watch. When a super moon comes out, make sure you grab your camera. The super moon will be in its closest approach to earth and appears extra large in the city.
Sometimes you just crave a hot summer afternoon in New York City. Yes, the sweat beads on your forehead, the humidity is oppressive and unpleasant smells waft through the air. Yet at the same time you just want to walk around the city for hours on end, taking in the sights and watching all the people along the way. Below is a gallery of some time spent walking around the city with my camera on one of those summer afternoons.
I found these guys adorning an apartment building on New York’s Upper West Side. They are fairly low on the building (about 12 feet off the ground) and I really liked their expressions.
Spring is in the air and the tulips are popping up all around this city!
By Katelyn McLeod Katelyn takes us through the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn in the her mini Explore NYC gallery below.