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December 21, 2013

highline

coat: h&m, shirt: urban outfitters, jeans: seven for all mankind, hat: h&m, fingerless gloves: urban outfitters

There's word vomit, and now there's photo vomit. I'm coining the phase as a result of my photo-escapades documented in this post. I spent the better part of Wednesday strolling around the city... and stuffing my face with delicious food. My indulgences included Kati Roll (a quick, Indian food joint,) Doughnut Plant, and Vivi Bubble Tea.

Also on the itinerary was the highline, which is pretty obvious from my post title. Sadly, the most picturesque part of the highline near the water was closed off, due to Tuesday's storm. Still, it was calming to walk above the bustling city for however few blocks were open-- specially so during golden hour where there are crazy reflections and shadows bouncing from building to building.

Last but not least in my list of major attractions of the day: Yoko Ono's wish tree, found as a result of wandering around Chelsea. Now that I'm home, I realize that I have in fact heard of it before, but at the time it was a pleasant surprise.

Click read more for photo vomit madness (FYI, it isn't photos of vomiting. It's just a spam of photos.)

Kati Roll/ Greenwich Village:

Doughnut Plant:

Vivi Bubble Tea

Highline:

Yoko Ono's Wish Tree 

Chelsea:

39 comments:

  1. Love the photography!
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  2. Such a cool blog!!! love these pics and the food looks delicious!
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  3. These pictures blew my mind. The lightning is incredible and you can definitely feel the golden hour when you see these. The Wish Tree sounds like a pretty amazing idea even though I'm not too fond of Miss Ono.
    Mortem Blonde

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  4. Ah, great photos! You have a very good idea for the little details that make the city so special :)

    Best,
    Danielle
    http://awriterinlove.blogspot.com

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  5. You always have the most beautiful pictures! :) I really love how you capture the wonderful feeling in them! This post made a bit more excited for Christmas- cannot wait! :)

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  6. Lovely and amazing photographies,
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  7. Those beautiful donut pillows are a must have! Beautiful photos!

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  8. I love the highline! I took my last post's photos at the highline. The way the sun shines is perfect there. I also love wondering around Chelsea. You definitely got some beautiful shots and the closeup of Yoko Ono's Wish Tree is amazing!

    -Alicia
    Neon Fox

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  9. Love this photo vomit! You really have an eye for great pictures.

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  10. Oh the Highline is my favorite place in the city! It looks like you have so much fun :)

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  11. Ahh, I absolutely love these photos! New York has always been high on the list of places I want to visit, and this isn't really helping...

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  12. I love crazy reflections. They just make everything magical.

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  13. These photos are amazing. I hope you are having a great time :)

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  14. It's so interesting to see pictures of places you've been to plenty of times in a new perspective. I am seriously craving a bubble tea by the way haha.

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  15. Gorgeous photography! I love photo-vomit ;)

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  16. love your outfit dear! those donut cushions are sooo freakin cute!
    love all the photos, ur so talented :)
    follow for follow? let me knw!

    xoxo, Eliza
    Bread and Butter

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  17. Yay for being back home! Love your outfit and your coining of the new term, "photo vomit." haha

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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  18. Wow! You've really captured some of the beauty of the city. I loved scrolling through the photos. You have a great eye!

    xoxo Jackie
    SomethingAboutThat

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  19. the city just looks so pretty, decked out in holiday style - makes me wish I lived there!
    Chic on the Cheap

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  20. These pictures are absolutely beautiful. I've never experiences snow before and I'd just love to have a white Christmas at least once in my lifetime.

    wardrobequarry

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  21. Lol I honestly prefer photo vomit - much more enjoyable to scroll through ;)
    Love these photos! I love your photography that you share

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  22. Love your photos dear <3
    visit me if you have time, I will be so happy
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    sweet and sugars,
    DIAS

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  23. Wow! The photo vomit is so great! Love all the pics. Struggling to find a favourite one. The lamp postone maybe.

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  24. love love love looking at all the photos in this post <3

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  25. cool place and cool picture :D

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  26. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful photos of your trip, I love seeing different cities from the eyes and camera of different creative people! Wishing you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! May it filled with joy, love, peace and happiness!

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  27. Hi there, D90 sister.;) I'm liking this vomit a lot, babe, some of the pics are gorgeous! I really like the bench one and the wish tree. What a cool idea, Yoko still has it in her.:) And that first photo's great too, I love the colors, the contrast, it's just so... Holiday season suitable, so soft and calming. I don't know, maybe that's just me.:D

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  28. The snow makes for such pretty photos!


    Hope you have a very merry Christmas :)

    Away From The Blue

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  29. Haha, I love this "photo-vomit" post. :)

    Merry Christmas, doll!

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  30. Hey lovely blog!!! Lets stay in touch?
    wanna follow each other..?? Do let me know will follow right back! ^_^

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  31. Thank you for stopping by, really nice shot, I love it. Merry Christmas to you!

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  32. The cushion donuts are fabulous. I love your coat!

    xo, Megan
    indie flower

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  33. I hope to get to visit the highline one day! lovely pictures honey!

    heartbeats from VIENNA WEDEKIND

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  34. You look so stylish! Lovely pictures.

    <3
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  35. Gosh, everything looks so pretty in winter. The highline seems to be some kind of.. connecting pathway? How cool is that! Love the long perspective lines, I'm surprised I haven't seen it turn up more often in blogger posts - maybe because it's hardly empty like it is here? Actually the lack of people on the streets make everything look so peaceful and a little desolate, haha. And I'm addicted to bubble tea!! Lovely photos as always, I really enjoy these posts :)

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