Mark D. Roberts

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New York: A Photographer’s Paradise

posted by Mark D. Roberts

My family and I visited New York City over spring break. I had fun taking lots of photos there. But I think I had more fun observing my son, who has become quite a fine photographer, taking his photos. I thought I’d share a few of these memories with you.

Nathan on top of the Empire State Building. It was a beautiful day, finally, after two rainy, cold, and windy days.

The first signs of spring! The crocuses appear in Central Park.

At John’s Pizzeria of Bleecker Street, not to far from NYU. Fine pizza, but it looks as if someone has been carving initials into the table. Here’s a detail of the table, if you’re interested.



  • http://www.learningandlivingtheword.com Pasor B.

    Mark,
    Thanks for sharing the photos. Our family made a trip a couple of years ago and my daughter was the photo expert. What kind of camera is your son using for these photos?

  • http://nathandroberts.com Nathan R.

    Pasor B.-
    I am using the Canon T1i, which I am very pleased with.

  • Mariam

    Hope you enjoyed your visit here. It is as different from Texas and California as can be. And you certainly got both ends of the weather spectrum!

  • http://jkfhuskersverizon.net J.Falconer

    Jan & relatives Says Thanks a whole bunch the size of Texas for sharing your creative photography & other websites with your father’s website. Also, your mom’s Linda & sister’s Karas contributions have been greatly appreciated the past few years. Readers feel they’ve taken a luxury trip faraway with your postings. Keep up the excellent contributions. Thanks again j & family from california (WE miss the friendly Texas people)!!! forgive any typos Our bunch here is way past college years Happy Spring & soon summer. Thanks a 3rd time for sharing some of your trip adventures. We miss the natural Texas greenery & wildflowers.

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