ah I'd love to be strolling the streets of Manhattan late at night this time of year!
it was all magical except for the part where the christmas trees are wearing corsets. they look like they need to be set free! breathe, little trees!
mm..that food looks really good. And it's only 8:44am, but I could definitely go for a burger like that right now.
I want to visit Manhattan.
it's funny how sometimes you struggle with the place you live, but everyone who comments wishes to trade spots with you. it happens, i suppose. i also suppose sometimes the magic of the place you are just opens up - with burgers and christmas trees and life - and you can't imagine being anywhere else.thanks for sharing. xo.
oh my lord, i love how much more enchanting a city after hours :)
One day I will be brave enough to see this sort of Manhattan. I have a friend applying to Juilliard (acting, actually!) and I almost, almost don't want to let her go. But then it would give me a fabulous excuse to visit, wouldn't it?
That dinner looks so good!
The Christmas trees lined up by the street is so cool. I don't know if I've seen anything like it. Here, we either go to the Christmas tree farm or to a tent or shed.
I really like your Manhattan. It looks magical!
i think these are lovely. your photography is off the chain dear meg. care to show me Manhattan someday?
beautiful. late night is the best so magical, so very similar to my personal favorite - early mornings where most the world is asleep - late nights/early mornings to myself are my favorite....
On my days off, I love walking around our city early in the morning before the commutes litter the streets. I can't articulate why, but it just feels amazing to be alone and have all of that space. Hmm, maybe I just did explain...
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