4/30/16

april update



Just a little update.
Enjoying the sunshine, going to museums, catching sunsets, 
and exploring new areas.

I keep falling in love with NYC over and over again.
There's just nothing like it.

Well May is just around the corner and that means almost time for Cinco de Mayo (excuse to drink lots of Mojitos and tequila and eat guac and chips!).

Will share more photos very soon! 

much love,
zahara




3/22/16

springtime


The weather in NYC has been bipolar.
We had a taste of spring then it jumped 
right back into winter again with some snow. 
But I think we are now finally heading into warmer weather.
Fingers crossed.

The birds are singing, the squirrels jumping from joy, 
and the New Yorkers are coming out of their hibernation.
It's just a lovely season to witness.

I posted a few pics from recent weeks. 
Mostly from my area, East Village, but also from Soho, 
Meatpacking District, and Flatiron District.
I'm seeing so much amazing street art, which is so inspiring to me!

Enjoy your week!

xx
zahara







3/18/16

The Met


I recently visited The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met).
I hadn't had the chance to go there for a while and was craving a day full of art and history.
It is one of those places you could spend hours and even days at just staring at every single detail. 

My absolute favorite part has to be the Roman/Greek section. 
The statues are so beautiful to look at.
You feel so small next to these grand masterpieces. 

As a New Yorker, I don't have the time or the chance to explore the art scene as much as I would like to. 
I've always been a fan of all forms of art and visiting museums is a great passion of mine.

Once the weather gets nicer, I know I'll be motivated to explore the city more and show you pictures from my adventures.

Happy weekend!
xoxo
Zahara

ps. I know I had a small break again...Sorry guys.
I am back and will be posting more often.

Let me know if you have anything you'd like to see and I will do my best to make your wishes come true!


1/25/16

the calm before the storm



All these pictures were taken before the winter storm Jonas.

New York City was a total ghost town, covered in snow.
It was pretty magical.
For a city that never sleeps, it was strange seeing 
everything freeze completely.

But the city survived from 27 inches of snow.
Now it's recovery time. 
As well as adjusting time to all the snow on the streets.
But nothing is impossible for New York!

Enjoy your week!
xx
zahara