2.24.2012

I love NY.

I say it time and time again- I love New York. It thrills me, it surprises me, it impresses me, and it takes my breath away on a daily basis.

So, you can imagine my excitement when 20 minutes before our decent into LaGuardia Airport on Wednesday night, the captain announced that we would be flying over Manhattan. Not only that, but he said that the right side of the aircraft would have direct views of the city. I just so happened to have a window seat on the right side.

And the view was absolutely breathtaking. I am in awe of this city that I call home.

12 comments :

  1. It is a beautiful city! No doubt about that!

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  2. Wow those are amazing photos, even if it did take me a second to register that the big dark patch as the wing of a plane and not some kind of massive power cut! Ha!

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  3. Wow, you were able to get such amazing photos from the plane! I also didn't recognize the wing at first, I thought it might be water.

    So pretty!

    xxx
    Jenna

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  4. I love these pictures!!
    I've never been to NY, but I must say your post makes me want to book a trip (by plane?!) PRONTO!

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  5. Gorgeous! I've flown over the city on descent during the daytime, but never at night. You're lucky :)

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  6. Those pictures are breathtaking! I have never been to New York City, but am hoping to drag my husband there this summer so I can run in a race.

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  7. What amazing photographs! I feel the same way about living in the city, it always amazes you in some little way :)

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  8. NY is amazing but my heart is in cali! ;) New follower. Stop by and see me soon. ;)

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  9. Wow, those pictures are great! I did not think planes were allowed to fly right over the city like that since 9/11... how cool!

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