A Photography Entry of Summer in New York City

New York City is ranked the most photographed city according to several sources. Despite its high cost of accommodation and related expenses, domestic and foreign tourists still flock to New York to indulge in one of the most visited cities in the world. I spent four days over the summer in New York City, including the 4th of July which is also known as Independence Day. These are some pictures from my photo collection to showcase some of the sights.

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Flushing Station

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Consider brunching at The Smith

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My favourite pick of Shake Shack burgers would be the Portobello, totally for veggie-lovers too.

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Get some local feel at the Brooklyn Flea, heaven for vintage lovers.

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Finger-licking good

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Central Park

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Coffee ain’t as good as the cart looked

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True diversity at Times Square

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Capture gorgeous sunsets at the Top of The Rock

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Being at the Top of The Rock provides the view of the Empire State and Central Park, though it is marginally lower than the top of Empire State. 

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View of Central Park from Top of The Rock

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