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Just strolling around the city, enjoying this amazing Sunday 💕 have a fabulous Sunday and St. Patrick’s Day💚 r u celebrating it btw ? —————————————————————— В эти выходные вовсю празднуется день Св. Патрика, начиная парадом и заканчивая толпами нетрезвых людей на улицах города. Конечно же весь город и заведения украшены чем-то зелёным. Я не фанат этого праздника, поэтому стараюсь избегать и держаться подальше от ирландских пабов😉 но и дома в такую шикарную погоду не могу сидеть. Wearing @siwydenim joggers, @prettylittlething sneakers, @blanknycjeans jacket, @revolve sweater @forbloggersonly #revolveme#nycblogger#nycstreetstyle#nycinfluencer#yellowcab
Time Out | New York City A beautiful frame, ruined 99,5% of the time by random Insta husbands lining up, trying to get a unique killer shot of their girl with flash against the windows and getting verbally destroyed by her after she checked the 99999 shots that he took and none of them turned out exactly the way she saw it 5000 times on insta before... So thanks to this stranger who was blocking the insta frame for quite a while, giving me the chance to take an actual photograph of this location, and quite the #sundaysunpic. Made me smile. Happy Sunday. M
#tbt | To celebrate Women’s History Month, @nytarchives is showcasing the archival work of our talented women staff photographers and sharing some of their experiences on the job. This image of the partially inflated King Kong balloon hanging off the Empire State Building was photographed by #nytimes staffer #sarakrulwich in 1983. The balloon was set up to promote the anniversary of “King Kong.” Shooting the ape is an experience Sara remembers vividly. “Renting helicopter time was expensive, so The Times had agreed to share the ride with The Daily News, and we had planned to go up sometime in the late morning after the King Kong was completely inflated,” she told us recently. “As I walked into work at 8 a.m., we got a frantic call from The Daily News saying that King Kong wasn’t getting larger and that it seemed to be deflating, so we decided we had to go up right away. We really only had a short time before Kong just looked like a large pile of empty garbage bags. When we got up in the air, we circled around the Empire State Building a few times, I shot that picture and that was it. Because the stunt was such a failure, the picture landed on page one.” In 1994, Sara became the first culture staff photographer and, in the years since, has become renowned for her work in the #theater and the arts. In 2018, she received a Tony Award for Excellence in the Theater. Follow @nytarchives to see more from the series.