2012/04/11

The last day in NYC, Part III

















It's almost 4 weeks ago since I came back from my 4 days in New York. Time to pick up my camera and take pictures of my life here in Berlin again. I have had such great weeks since I came back and have met so many amazing people, I even found a brother!

In half an hour the Pictoplasma Festival starts (thanks to my dear friend Gemma for giving me a ticket!!). See you there?

11 comments:

  1. Sandra, your photos from New York are fantastic. Hehe, I kept looking to see if my brother (www.rwb.virb.com) would pop up in some of your street shots, but of course, that would be crazy! I haven't been to see him yet in NY, but after seeing your photos I know I need to go soon.

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  2. Oh! Magnolien blühen auch schon auf, wie schön, dass jetzt der Frühling kommt.

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  3. Amazing photographic work! You are the best :)

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  4. Sandra as always I come here and love your photos. The posts about NY touch a soft spot, so I enjoyed very much. Thanks :-)

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  5. I've never been to New York, but I miss it already :)

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  6. hahaha the brother shot is wonderful - twinsies : )
    i have loved seeing nyc through your eyes, thanks so much for the journey.
    you are so lucky to get to go to the pictoplasma festival, it sounds amazing. enjoy!!

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  7. I discovered your blog only recently, but I'm so glad I did. I'm a Brooklynite, and I've truly enjoyed seeing your take on NYC. Your perspective is fresh, and as a fellow film shooter, I appreciate the colors and textures and the thought process in each of these photos.

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  8. so many nice pictures, thank you so much for the travel ;)) !
    Have a nice return,
    Céline

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  9. Fiiina bilder!
    NY är ju underbart!!

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  10. New York....love this city...great memories for me...thanks for the pictures

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  11. ah, how wonderful you were here!! my fave city in the world (yes, love it more than Rome and Paris, if you can believe this). there is just something about the vibe there that I thrive on, i must have lived there in a past life. i will have to catch up on your prior posts!

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