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New York City Skyline and the Chrysler Building

You were waiting

with eyes squinting

from the blinding

promise of possibility.

And the city opened its arms

full of rain-soaked promises

and fog-tinged hopeful sighs 

taking your hand

as your heart soared

above the building-scraped clouds

only for a second. 

And in that second

you weren’t waiting 

at all. 

You were finally 

where you needed to be.

—

This was taken on a foggy evening in New York City with the Sony A99 as the city lights all flickered on like lazy stars in a cloud-filled urban sky. The view is looking out towards the Chrysler Building, skyscrapers, and rooftops of Midtown Manhattan from above. 
 

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P.S. - Sorry for posting so infrequently as of late. I just got back from an amazing blogger conference retreat called Click Retreat where I was fortunate to give a presentation and teach some really amazing bloggers how to do light painting. 

I am also preparing for a presentation that I will be giving at the Sony Booth at Photo Plus Expo at the end of this month. I will post more about both the conference I spoke at and my presentation at Photo Plus Expo later this week!



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View “New York City - Skyline and Chrysler Building on a Foggy Evening” in my photography portfolio here, Gear List, Travel Blog, On G+, email me, or ask for help.

New York City Skyline and the Chrysler Building

You were waiting

with eyes squinting

from the blinding

promise of possibility.

And the city opened its arms

full of rain-soaked promises

and fog-tinged hopeful sighs

taking your hand

as your heart soared

above the building-scraped clouds

only for a second.

And in that second

you weren’t waiting

at all.

You were finally

where you needed to be.

This was taken on a foggy evening in New York City with the Sony A99 as the city lights all flickered on like lazy stars in a cloud-filled urban sky. The view is looking out towards the Chrysler Building, skyscrapers, and rooftops of Midtown Manhattan from above.

P.S. - Sorry for posting so infrequently as of late. I just got back from an amazing blogger conference retreat called Click Retreat where I was fortunate to give a presentation and teach some really amazing bloggers how to do light painting.

I am also preparing for a presentation that I will be giving at the Sony Booth at Photo Plus Expo at the end of this month. I will post more about both the conference I spoke at and my presentation at Photo Plus Expo later this week!

—-

View “New York City - Skyline and Chrysler Building on a Foggy Evening” in my photography portfolio here, Gear List, Travel Blog, On G+, email me, or ask for help.

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