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Did you say Carousel?

I was on a mission to cross the bridge and find Jane’s Carousel. Let me tell you it was a longer walk than expected since I didn’t realized I had to loop off the bridge. 23 more words


Question? Why did the elephants cross the bridge? (Specifically: the Brooklyn Bridge.)
Answer: To show people it was safe. When New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge opened on May 24th, 1883, it was the world’s longest suspension bridge. 163 more words


May 24, 1626: For Two Guilders More, We'll Throw in Queens

In what is often called the greatest real estate deal ever, Peter Minuit bought Manhattan from native Americans on May 24,1626, for goods valued at 60 guilders. 625 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

The Top Ten Places to Visit in New York City

New York City is a modern day wonderland filled with incredible places that belong on everyone’s bucket list.

Central Park – A fresh change from the ambient structures surrounding it, Central Park is a peaceful place to relax and indulge in a good pretzel or hot dog. 233 more words


Cousins Visiting Cousins

My family from Wyoming arrived on Thursday night and will be visiting for the long holiday weekend. Friday was a nice day exploring Brooklyn Bridge Park. 14 more words

Deji + Ginger New York Engagement Session

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn Bridge + Central Park | Engagement Session

Deji & Ginger are tying the knot this weekend and I am excited to share with you their Engagement photos. 247 more words


Friday Photo Feature: Brooklyn Bridge

Now that New York City has finally thawed…

After a long, cold winter…

I decided to take a walk…

In the evening…

From Manhattan, across the Brooklyn Bridge… 11 more words

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