I just spent a couple of weeks in NYC. It had been about 10 years since the last time, so the city and its skyline had changed quite a bit, again. New buildings, new parks… And it’s So Clean!
The weather was beautiful most of the time, too.
We spent about four hours inside the 911 Museum one day (the cafe inside serves the best coffee in town by the way). I would have a Finnish word “päräyttävä” to describe my feelings, but not a good one in English. If I try to translate that word, it would be something like one of those horrible sounding old alarm clocks going off when you’re in your deepest sleep – if you know what I mean.
I’ve seen the buildings in 1996, that terrible day on TV, then the hole, which made me wonder if there’s a limit to the evil in the world, and now what’s been built from it: The beautiful park. And in fact, it all has happened in a relatively short time.
Coming home on Saturday, I totally underestimated the power of jetlag – again – so the blog post I planned to write on Monday just did not emerge.
Therefore I’m just going to tip you off with a 30 Day Challenge I bumped into a while ago. Very powerful one, too.
Most people tend to think, that everything new should start “next Monday”, but I’d say today is as next Monday as it gets, so if you feel like there’s something for you, start today, ok. And more importantly: Stick ’til the end!
That’s how changes take place.
Or you can just (hopefully) enjoy some of the photos I took on my trip:
Empire State Building
911 Memorial Park
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(My camera is Canon EOS 500D with EF 50 mm lens)