Hello! Part 2 is here!
Continuing on from the last post, here’s some more photos from my lovely Hoboken trip a couple weekends ago.
Of course we had to stop at the famous “Carlo’s Bakery”. I’ll be honest though; we just stopped long enough for me to take this picture.
Across the street was this little photogenic clock post so it was convenient to turn around and take a shot.
I really love the shot below. I took it in an alley and appreciated the window reflection and clutter.
As you see below, I took another reflection shot. The shadow made the rocks so blue and while the color does look a little unnatural, I will assure you that is not the case.
Here’s another shot of the city in case you forgot how peaceful it can look.
This building reminds me of Jenga. Architecture is really incredible.
Some people call it “lifestyle photography” and I call it “having no lifestyle photography”. Part of me feels awkward for having this picture, but another part of me feels happy to have captured this adorable moment.
I took lots of this shot; you might see similar ones in my previous post. This one is extra special since the sky looks like cotton candy.
This image below is just a little close up of the building on the right in the image above. I wanted to capture the way the light looked in the windows.
I feel like everywhere I go now, I take a picture of the American flag with Dan in mind. Here’s the one from this trip and it looked quite beautiful silhouetted a little in front of the sunset.
Lastly, here’s one last shot of the city. I took this on my phone and I have to say I’m rather impressed by the quality.
This it is for the Hoboken shots and considering it is nighttime in the image above and is now, I’m going to end this with a “good night”.