This is all too familiar to me, but still not an easy pill to swallow. I previously attended St. John’s University in Queens, NY before going to medical school – that’s why I call NYC my second home, because I’ve had some of the best years of my life there. I moved out of Queens and back to the Caribbean in 2011 to start school and as luck would have it, I came back in 2014 to continue my studies. I moved to Brooklyn and bought a bicycle and lived the dream but it’s 2 years later and time to move on.
I decided it would not only help me get practice with my new camera but it would also benefit anyone who cares about ‘must see’ landmarks in NYC , if I went around and took a bunch of photos of places and landscapes that every tourist should see in NYC.
9 Famous ‘Must See’ Landmarks in NYC
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Where you can witness spectacular views of downtown Manhattan
It’s romantic and scenic any time of year
The green heart of the Big Apple
A park in the middle of midtown that sees endless action year round
Washington Square Park
Famous for the Washington Square Arch and endless street performances
The Empire State
The building that dominates the iconic NY skyline
One World Trade and 9/11 Memorial
Built in memorial to the 9/11 victims
An abandoned railroad turned into a great place to relax and take in the sunset over the Hudson River
The beginning of Central Park