New York Love.

We have come to the end of the year, and I apologise for not having been active on the blog for the last few months. Due to health challenges the blog had to take a back seat for awhile. But I would like to wish all my followers a wonderful year ahead filled with peace and love, and wish for a little more kindness in the world. I do promise to return in the New Year with many interesting interviews lined up.

I leave you with a photo essay of my trip to New York in October this year. It had been a long time dream to go to New York as it had captured my imagination for years. It felt like I had known it all my life when I finally got there. It is absurd it had taken me so long, and I plan on returning soon!

 

The Metropolitan Museum.
The Metropolitan Museum.
Entrance to Central Park.
Entrance to Central Park.
Albertine Books 5th Ave.
Albertine Books 5th Ave. Books in French and English.
Book lover's dream, The Strand Bookshop.
Book lover’s dream, The Strand Bookshop.
The Metropolitan Opera.
The Metropolitan Opera.
Inside The Met, the sweeping staircases.
Inside The Met, the sweeping staircases.
The Guggenheim Museum.
The Guggenheim Museum.
Frank Lloyd Wright's beautiful lines inside the Guggenheim.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s beautiful lines inside the Guggenheim.
Neue Galerie, love the Museum Mile.
Neue Galerie, love the Museum Mile.
Halloween in New York.
Halloween in New York.
Duke Ellington.
Duke Ellington.
The VIceroy rooftop bar.
The VIceroy rooftop bar.
PizzArte, delicious Neapolitan pizzas.
PizzArte, delicious Neapolitan pizzas.

 

Bride in the madness of Times Square.
Bride in the madness of Times Square.
Times Square and that Swedish retail giant.
Times Square and that Swedish retail giant.
The Flatiron Building.
The Flatiron Building.
Eataly, that fabulous food emporium of everything Italian.
Eataly, that fabulous food emporium of everything Italian.
Union Square.
Union Square.
Union Square. What I love about New York is the diversity of the city.
Union Square. What I love about New York is the diversity of the city.
230 Fifth Rooftop Bar.
230 Fifth Rooftop Bar.
The Smith for a casual dinner.
The Smith for a casual dinner.
You can fika like a Swede in New York.
You can fika like a Swede in New York.
The High Line, fabulous walkway and park on an old elevated railway.
The High Line, fabulous walkway and park on an old elevated railway.
The High Line.
The High Line.
Tony Matelli's Sleepwalker.
Tony Matelli’s Sleepwalker on the High Line.
Spotted Swede Efva Attling's boutique in the Meatpacking District.
Spotted Swede Efva Attling’s boutique in the Meatpacking District.
The end of the High Line lands you at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The end of the High Line lands you at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Whitney Museum of American Art.
Chelsea Market.
Chelsea Market.
Cosme, delicious Mexican.
Cosme, delicious Mexican.
Swedish Artist Frida Fjellman installs her stunning Glass Chandelier at the Manhattan Gallery Hostler Burrows. Photo: Hostler Burrows.
Swedish Artist Frida Fjellman installs her stunning Glass Chandelier at the Manhattan Gallery Hostler Burrows. Photo: Hostler Burrows.

New York doors.

Walking the Brooklyn Bridge is a must, great views of Manhattan.
Walking the Brooklyn Bridge is a must, great views of Manhattan.
The Brooklyn Bridge.
The Brooklyn Bridge.
The New York Stock Exchange.
The New York Stock Exchange.
The Bull beseiged by Chinese tourists.
The Bull beseiged by Chinese tourists.
Katz's Deli, home of the legendary pastrami sandwich.
Katz’s Deli, home of the legendary pastrami sandwich.
The pastrami sandwich so enormous that even my camera blurred!
The pastrami sandwich so enormous that even my camera blurred!

Shoe shine

Stunning views from The Empire State Building.
Stunning views from The Empire State Building.
From the observatory of the Empire State Building.
From the observatory of the Empire State Building.
The newly restored Rose Reading Room at the Public Library.
The newly restored Rose Reading Room at the Public Library.

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Global Nomad living in Stockholm, blogging on Art, Design, Beautiful Interiors and Travel. I have lived in 7 different countries, and travel widely. Love Art and Design especially the Scandinavian aesthetics. My blog features interviews with creative people, many of them top artists and designers from Scandinavia. I also blog on my travels, offering insider tips from my global network.

6 thoughts on “New York Love.

  1. Vimala!

    Best wishes to you and your family for the New Year 2017!

    Hope to see you soon, Lotta

    Sent from my iPad

    31 dec. 2016 kl. 19:24 skrev V Söderqvist :

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  2. Dear Vimela! Yes, New York is something of its own. Hope you get well. Your blog is nice. Your pictures are really good. Especially the portraits. Keep on fighting! Love to you and Staffan! Tom

    31 dec 2016 kl. 19.24 skrev V Söderqvist:

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