The bus dropped us off in Bryant Park, which, although small, is quite nice. Next on the agenda was the American Museum of Natural History. I had never been, so it was neat to see all of the exhibits. The ocean life exhibit was my favorite. I also loved all of the dioramas of different terrains, which were fun to capture with the fisheye.
Next it was all the way downtown to the 9/11 memorial. If you're visiting New York and you've never been the the 9/11 memorial, it's a must see. It's incredibly moving and well done.
On victims' birthdays, a white rose is placed on their name.
Up next was Central Park. The foliage was just hitting peak, so it was just gorgeous!
This street performer was happy to pose for a few shots.
Bethesda Terrace is gorgeous. I had never been there before this trip!
Next we head down 5th Avenue (if you couldn't tell by now we did a lot of walking!) and I got this shot of the Atlas statue and St. Patrick's Cathedral with my fisheye. I know it's been done before but I couldn't resist!
Eventually, we ended at Rockefeller Center to watch the skaters on the rink before calling it a day. I can't wait to go back next month to capture the holiday spirit!