Photography ~ Day Out

Leaving my house at 10am, it’s snowing. Not even, there are multiple flurries falling fast. With each one that hits my nose, I’m reminded I hate winter. Instead of writing about established creatives, today I decided to highlight my own work. Pacing from Midtown Manhattan to Soho, it was an adventure. Within each district, I discovered more as the city unfolded.

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Sometimes it’s nice to look up. Credit: Niya Sinckler.
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We live in a yellow world. Credit: Niya Sinckler.

This was one of those days out where I walked without giving up and taking a taxi. Also the drivers were all enjoying lunch, The smells of spice and flavour filled about six blocks straight on Lexington Avenue. Totally made me hungry for a lamb vindaloo. Then I saw Chote Nawab. The streets were scarce since there was definitely chance of frostbite.

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Dogs will always be better. Credit: Niya Sinckler.

Venturing from east to west, I wandered into Chelsea where the Gagosian Gallery lured me in. The exhibition, In the Studio: Paintings featured works by 40 artists during their creative process. The space in which art is created has an alluring effect when displayed through two mediums towards: creators and viewers along with the seven security officials guarding the artwork. Focusing on appearance, the reflection of 18th and 19th century pieces was a beautiful way to feel inspired in a calming environment.

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New York, New York (Sinatra lyrics playing in my head). Credit: Niya Sinckler.

Following my art admiration, it was time to relax. As the day shifted from light to dark, Booker And Dax was the venue for cocktail hour.

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Tropical Thunder is the answer. Credit: Niya Sinckler
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Arroz con pollo and for those who don’t understand Spanish…rice and chicken. Credit: Niya Sinckler.

The entrée photographed above, my dinner was a delicious dish from Cuba restaurant located at 222 Thompson Street in the West Village. Amazingly cool tropical decor and warm customer service. What a vibrant atmosphere with mojitos, island vibes and live jazzy salsa music, loved it 🙂

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My love and my favorite ❤ Credit: Niya Sinckler.

Feeling good, it was time to continue the fiesta at an Australian restaurant, Flinder’s Lane where my friends decided to recreate a South Park character #kenny. Lol peace. In the end, it was an awesome day out until I saw this:

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Because celsius is cold.

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