By Seth Fera-Schanes The 2013-2014 winter doesn’t seem to want to end. It “technically” did end when we “officially” ushered in “Spring” on March 20th and we actually did have some nice days around that time but nothing has quite stuck. Most New Yorker’s are grinding their teeth […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Times Square, commonly referred to as “the crossroads of the world” is large, bright, loud and a great launching pad for marketing promotions. I got off the train this morning and right in front of me was the beginnings of a wood frame for a […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York City, home of the “anything goes” mentality apparently has its limits. I am not going to use this post to discuss the smoking ban, 20oz soda ban or any other large government initiatives. Basically, I was walking around and saw a lot of […]
New York is photogenic. You can spend day and night taking pictures around the city from every angle and it still feels like you are just scratching the surface.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Attention readers: It is 52 degrees in New York City right now. That is about 25 degrees warmer than it has been for the past few months. As a result, the residents of this city have peeled off a few outer layers and are out […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The winter keeps on going and snowing, freezing, melting, refreezing….you get the picture. Well, here are a few more pics of this snowy New York City winter. Enjoy and stay warm.
By: Seth Fera-Schanes First week into February and I am officially admitting winter has gotten to me. There has been a recent spat of polar vortex’s, snow, rain, ice and general grayness moving through the city. I actually learned an interesting new winter recipe this week: One part […]
Full Access NYC, why are you referencing Western New York in your title? First, I probably shouldn’t be questioning myself to set up some type of engaging response. Second, I was actually in Niagara Falls and Buffalo this past weekend and got some nice pictures. Lastly, there are three major airports in the tri-state area and one can take advantage of all the potential travel opportunities these offer.
New York City is one exciting, hectic, almost perpetual motion machine but this comes with a drawback. It becomes a sensory overload and sometimes you need to step outside of the city to decompress or just see some trees (or in my case a giant waterfall.)
Winter has definitely picked up the pace and today another layer of snow blanketed the city. I was out at JFK airport this morning and took a few pictures of the planes getting deiced on the tarmac and the surrounding neighborhood. I have mentioned this before but when it snows in the city you have to jump on the opportunity to take some pics before everything turns into one big grey soupy mess. The remaining pictures are of Queens and the neighborhoods close to JFK. Enjoy.
Super Bowl Boulevard took over Times Square in advance of Super Bowl 48 this week. I posted a few picture galleries of some of the performances earlier in the week.
In addition to singing and dancing there were a lot of other activities and sights to see such as seeing the Vince Lombardi trophy on display or a British Marching band just cruising down the street.