Last year when we were in New York for Mindy and Pablo's amazing wedding we decided to extend our trip a little bit a do some sight seeing. We spent one night in downtown NYC walking around gawking at the vastness of everything. In the city that never sleeps, we didn't sleep much, and as a result we got some pretty sweet photos. Starting out, here's the view of the Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn. We were there the week preceding September 11th and they had memorial beams shooting out of ground zero that lit up the night sky.
Our travels wouldn't be complete without a self-portrait. As usual, this was shot with a tripod + 10 second self timer (we got fancy and used a flash on this one).
Our hotel was pretty close to Times Square so we got to walk through it on a few different occasions. Here it is in late afternoon (the perfect time of day when both the sky above and the man-made chaos below can be captured together):
And here it is again at 2am:
There were so many people and so much stuff to look at that we could do crazy stuff and nobody showed any interest. For example, here's Dan showing off his new kangaroo leg implants:
Lastly, one more self portrait: