PHOTOBLOG: Smorgasburg is open on weekends from April to November in NYC. On Saturdays, the flea market is hosted in East River State Park while on Sundays it takes place in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Patrons can find all sorts of food, drink, and people watching.
PHOTOBLOG: If you’re in Manhattan and looking for something close by to keep you occupied or take a break from work, Bryant Park is the perfect place to go. Settled right next to the New York Public Library’s main location, the park is conveniently located. Beautiful gardens border opposite ends of the park’s lush lawn. While many parks have lush landscapes and beautiful flowers, Bryant Park stands out among the rest.
PHOTOBLOG: The fourth annual Seed Experience vegan festival, expo, and conference took place on June 20th and 21st at Brooklyn’s Expo Center in Greenpoint. The center was lined with vendors performing food demonstrations, offering tasty samples, and selling some of their treats.
PHOTOBLOG: The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art displaying medieval art and architecture. It has been open to the public since 1938. Pieces of five separate European monasteries or convents were shipped to the United States and reassembled to create what is currently The Cloisters.
Live music is meant to be heard, but when it’s too loud for too long, it can cause significant damage to hearing. Musicians, fans, and concert photographers should take necessary precautions to protect their ears.
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