Back in Manhattan!
The new job is asking me to make quarterly trips to Washington DC, and New York City. I have no objection as I love coming back to NYC and seeing friends, even more so with the vibe to be working here again. I finally got the meet the people I work with and talk to on phone and online meetings almost daily. I think this job is going to go well.
My friends got married this weekend and I came back to New York to celebrate with them. During my stay I was given the generosity of a place to stay in Battery Park City, just next door to where I lived for so many years. I was also given the opportunity to see an old friend, to talk about the past and in a way find an absolution for us both. Life is too short to pretend you don’t care about those that you care about.
From my rooftop in New York City in lower Manhattan, Battery Park City. When I filmed this I knew I would be leaving New York in about a month and a half. I thought seeing in later would make me a little sad to miss the rooftop, my apartment and living in NYC, but it doesn’t.
A photo shoot I did for the NFL Draft Event, hosted by the main network Sports commentators. From left to Right: Cris Collinsworth, Boomer Esiason, Howie Long, Phil Simms
A look inside the grand structure.
I’ve been traveling so much again I feel like I could sleep for a week. Nonetheless, it’s good to be back in New York City.
I’m back in New York City! What an awesome visit so far. Have been couch hoping from friend to friend and visiting everyone I can as well as new people who happen to be visiting New York at the same time. I finally got to meet Shayla from Australia today for the first time since we’ve been Flickr friends for several years.
It was just over five years ago that I moved to New York City from Sydney, Australia where I had lived for almost two years. That same week, I discovered Flickr and found a new home for my photography. After a few months of sleeping on an air mattress, our stuff finally arrived from Australia and we began to settle into our new home in the big city. The first few weeks felt like being on vacation, not permanent residence.