Reflections

Wearing Sunic Sunglasses at night cause.. Why not? Such a cool effect!

More lights

Just some more NY pics between some more lights :))

Times Square by night

I CANT WITH THESE PICTURESSSS SO HAPPY WITH THEM! Massive thanks to my bro-friend Jean-Carlo Nunes dos Anjos!!

By the way: it was 8pm and -8 when we were shooting😅

Red lights

We had breakfast at this place, Junior’s, on our first day and when we passed the restaurant at night it looked so nice with all the lights!

One world trade center

How crazy impressive is this??! Such a pity it’s impossible to capture the exact same feeling in a picture, but this was sooo major! We went to the 9/11 memorial museum (must visit!) and then went to the One World Observatory. 102 stories high in 47 seconds, crazy! You get an amazing 360 view over New York City. Very much worth the money!

Meeting family in the Bronx

Couldn’t come to New York without visiting family! The woman is my grandma’s sister and the man is her husband. I never met them in a way that I could actually remember it, the last time we saw each other is was 3 or 4 years old. Now, 20 years later, I went to the Bronx where they have been living for the past 45 years. Three stories high, these sweet 80 year old people live in a small but oh so cute apartment. Honestly it instantly felt like coming home. The warm family love, the Italian food (he is Italian) and the Dutch words between the English sentences my sisters grandma said to her husband; I had the time of my life. She felt like my grandma too, almost as much as my real grandma. I felt a instant connection like the one I have with her sister. They cooked a delicious meal for us which we enjoyed together, had a lot to talk about and FaceTimed with my mom and dad back home. After the food we went into the neighborhood to take some cool shots (unfortunately went the wrong way but still super nice pics) and later they brought us back to the hotel in the center of NY. Thank so much <3

Empty subway

When the subway train is empty, we take advantage of it! Was quite the challenge tho since I was hanging on one leg but the train was moving a lottt. That’s why I’m not sharp in the last picture but hey it’s still cool :))

Brooklyn Bridge

Daaaaaang it was cold yesterday!! -6, but it felt wayyy colder. Our toes and hands froze off, couldn’t feel them anymore! But the shots are worth it, by the amazing Jean-Carlo Nunes dos Anjos. Today was our last full day, leaving the hotel at 12.40 pm. Had such an amazing time!

New York streets

Pictures by Jean-Carlo Nunes dos Anjos

Snooooow!

Well let me point out the obvious: it’s snowing! Ohhh why does it need to be so cold for it to snow haha. Love the snow but don’t love the cold too much. Anyways everything looks so beautiful! I hope it’ll look like this by the time it’s Christmas!