Travel | A New York Fairytale

Long overdue travel post of my not-so recent trip to New York with my business studies class for an 'educational' trip- that's what they always say. 

Days were fully packed and schedule so we used our time most efficiently so there was little time to truly explore since we were there for education however, here are a few touristy pics that I was able to snap up.  
Jetlag, excitement and awe was experienced at this moment. We arrived at night so we could hardly appreciate the concrete jungle but after a night of resting, I was eager to open the curtains for New York to welcome us so I scrambled to the window with my camera in hand- waiting for this moment. Even though this photo isn't the most beautifully taken or the best quality or has the best composition, it is one of my favourite image from the trip because of this moment. 

Anyone want some Sport Medicine? If you haven't realised, I am in love with photographing buildings and architecture so a majority of my travel photos are buildings. The cold weather brought in clear blue skies which created a fantastic backdrop and lighting for my buildings but other days were more grey shown below. 
It's not even an understatement when I say British people freak out when we see 1cm of snow. Food supplies in supermarkets are wiped clean almost like we're going through the next ice age. New Yorkers deal with the snow like pros almost as if they're genetically modified to be adapted to the snow whereas our business class was slipping and sliding our way to the destinations. Truly surprised that nobody broke a bone considering so many of us slipped. 

A short and sweet trip that I thoroughly enjoyed but I feel like New York truly shines for people in their mid-20s to early 30s. Guess you'll be expecting another New York Travel Diary in 9 years~~

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