New York, A gallery

In Galleries, Mini Breaks, Our Journeys, Ph'tig-togs, The Americas, Trip-Types, USA, World Travel by GaryLeave a Comment

And it makes me want to return

I wonder why I do this to myself. I decide to create a gallery from a place I love, and all that happens is I want to return.

It surprised me that the last time I went to New York purely for pleasure was 2007; that’s 10 years ago! (Okay, I know you can figure that out). I’d last been on business back in 2012 – where do the years go.

Well with that covered here’s a selection of my favourite shots that capture a memory for me.

All shot on my DSLR from either 2004, 2005 or 2007.

And now the gallery

The technical bits

So as I said, all shot on my Canon DSLR – either the 10D in 2004 & 2005, or the 1D MkII N.

However, I have changed a little here. All post production was performed in Adobe Photoshop on the original RAW images. (I am so pleased I converted to RAW early on – For the reasons why, you need to check out this post ‘Shooting Raw‘. Actually to be completely honest on the first trip in 2004 I ran out of storage, so I had to switch to JPG – The Charging Bull shot is actual a JPG.

As always, any questions about individual images or techniques used, just ask – here to help.

Inspired to visit New York?

Do these images inspire you to visit the Big Apple?

Some of my favourite shots are of buildings that won’t have changed. That’s gotta be good news!

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A view of Manhattan, New York, USA

Have You

Fallen in Love with New York? We have, and there’s really no excuse why we haven’t returned.

About the Author


Gary, the co-founder of Our World for You, was born and raised in London. An IT guy who likes to takes snaps. Along with Janis his partner, they have been travelling part time since 1995. In 2016, over a Sherry in Seville, they decided that enough was enough with suits. The decision was made to take their knowledge and experience to create a blog to inspire others to travel the world near and far.

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