The Sights of New York
When Reggie came back from Chicago last year and brought home over 250 pictures, I thought that was a lot. This time, he brought home over 400 photos from New York plus four video clips. I didn’t even know that I could make video clips from my Canon PowerShot A520 digital camera. And I’ve had it for two years now.
I thought I could only choose a few photos to summarize his trip, just like I did with his Chicago photo album. But there are just too many photos that I’d like to share. I narrowed it down to about a hundred. So this will be a four-part series.
The picture that most amuses me is the “No standing” sign on the streets. Reggie said that if anybody do stand still, a policeman will approach the person and tell them to keep walking. The streets are just too crowded and I guess it’s not in your best interest if you don’t go with the flow.
And I was surprised when he told me that sandwiches at the delis where they mostly ate are $15.00 a piece. So expensive.
They rode the subway. We don’t have subways here in Winnipeg, so that’s a first for him.
One more thing I noticed is that there are a lot of tall buildings, huge billboards, taxicabs and just too many people.
You can view the pictures at My New York Photo Album. Don’t forget to read my captions.
Next time, I’ll share pictures of the many stores and landmarks of New York.
A New York Experience Photo Album:
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