Archive for October, 2009
A few of us got together to carve pumpkins. We either looked for free stencils online, used the stencils that came with the pumpkin carving tools, or created our own stencils. There was a lot of fun as well as a lot of pumpkin guts everywhere. Regina and my mom made awesome apple pies to boot. In the lineup: Fung, Nicole, Michael, Jason, Kathryn, and myself. Enjoy the photos!Click for more photos
My wife and I went exploring in the city and wound up at the Museum of the City of New York at 103rd street along museum row. We spent a little over an hour there and wished we could have stayed longer. The highlight was definitely a fascinating short on the history of New York from the 1600′s-present. So much happened in a relatively small amount of time. I thought it would be wrong to post photos of the photos in the museum and so I left those out. If you ever get a chance to go, you won’t regret it! Enjoy!
(Happy birthday to my sister!) I caught some photos of the Columbus Day parade while waiting for some friends to go into the Met. Since I arrived there a little early I popped by Central Park in hopes to take some pictures of the fall foliage. Turns out I was also too early for the awesome colors of fall. The Met was great. We all compiled our favorite works in the Met and had our team’s greatest hits tour. I didn’t include photos of our favorite works of art. Maybe next time. Enjoy the photos!