New York City | Feb 2015
The first week of February saw a trip to #NYC in support of Petals Bermuda and creative director Nikki who was on a whirl-wind buying trip to get ready for #Valenine's which is tomorrow as of the writing of this account.
Now I've got to say I absolutely LOVE NYC, but not the cold and I've to admit, it was very chilly this trip with remains of snow on the ground and on some buildings.
It's interesting to note that while temperatures hovered between 12 and 14 degrees farenheit, it did not seem that cold until the breeze picked up. Then it was brutal!
Javits Centre windows looking out to the City.
Oysters. OMG. They were sooo good.
The flower stores in the flower market were absolutely stunning.
This exhibit above is housed in the Flatiron Building and is a tribute to war veterans with custom painted helmets.
After dropping off Nikki to her work shop with famous designer Christian Tortu, I set off around the City via 5th Avenue to shoot in rather chilly and windy conditions. Brr.
Fabulous that you can rent a bike from one place and drop it off in another.
I feel a little better knowing even New Yorkers were wrapped up tight.
Tried to stop in and see the "Donald"
Made my way down to Central Park. Plenty of snow on the ground and very cool, but when the sun poked out you at least feel like it should be a little warmer.
Even the "regular folk" are extremely trendy and you feel as though you are walking amongst models.
Great way to travel kid. Enjoy it while you can.
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