Just because I usually shoot UCLA Cheerleaders doesn’t mean that I can’t shoot other iconic subjects, and New York is full of “Canon” Fodder

This week, I went on a three-day business trip to New York City, where I hadn’t been for a few decades, so before I left, I enlisted the help of a few fellow Bruins as to where to go, what to see, and where to eat.  This article and pictorial recounts the results of that advice.  Some of the photos aren’t picturesque, but are just meant to document the fact that I heeded their guidance.

Everything they told me was accurate and extremely valuable.  Every bite of food that I ate because of them was delicious, and every site I experienced because of them was thoroughly worthwhile.  I had an amazing time, and the Screening that I went to New York for in the first place was an unqualified success, so the trip was entirely satisfying, and completely unforgettable.

So THANK YOU to my Bruin Zone friends, for generously taking the time to come to my aid — I would have been lost without their support.


4 responses to “THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY”

  1. UCLADal Avatar

    Good for you T-H. I love NY. I remember visiting Manhattan for the first time. I was 18 and I went with my mom. We had a blast! In fact, the last time I was in Manhattan was with my mom too. Here’s to going back sooner than later.

  2. Barnes2Stokes Avatar

    Thanks for the great pics…I was in New York about thirty-five years ago…a return trip, and to Ellis Island in particular, sits high on my bucket list.

  3. John Avatar

    great pics…the only one missing was the carnegie deli.

  4. dswenson Avatar

    Love your pictures. New York is a great city but I am glad I live in Southern California. Wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.