Totally white Madison square park ❄️😍 #pankratova_in_nyc
Нет, я не устану от фотографий снежного Нью-Йорка 😝 Ибо это тотальная сказка наяву!
P.S. Хей, Нью-Йорк! Кто хотел увидеться? 😏 Как вам идея устроить встречу, скажем, в это воскресенье? Напишите в комментариях, что думаете по этому поводу 👌🏻
'What do you do with storms that don't belong in your life anymore? You send them away. And keep sending them, until they listen.' -S.C. Lourie #newyorkcity
If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands👏🏻 more importantly if you want to grow your account follow the steps because 3 people will be getting a free ($0) customized report. Here are the steps:
1. Like this photo
2. Tag a friend who will be interested in this
3. Follow the link in bio and fill out the form.
I decided to repeat this process in the following weeks so if you’re not one of the lucky 3, stay tuned.
Loving the holiday spirit on campus @columbia ! Some food for thought during finals: but even with all those challenges, you have to remind yourself that you deserve to be struggling because it reminds you to want it more...Education 📚 is a gift 🎁 and I don't intend on wasting it. Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate & Good Luck to everyone during reading week & the exam period!!
Huge Thanks to the @empirestatebldg for that exclusive sunrise shoot this morning. It was a cold one but a good one. I also want to thank @dankurtzmanphotography & @rizzolibooks for making this special event possible.
Be sure to check out some of the awesome people i had the pleasure of shooting with tagged on this image.
“It don’t take a whole day to recognize sunshine.” I’m talking about his bright yellow pancho, right? Well yes and no. I’m talking about his personality. It doesn’t take a long time to recognize what type of person someone is. Saturday was cold & snowy. I was strolling around the city for pleasure and found myself complaining more often than not, and then I crossed paths with this man. I watched him for about 20 minutes. He never even frowned! So humbly sweeping trash off a busy street while snow fell down. I wondered what ran through his mind. I wondered and still wonder what his life is like. I watched several people cross his path and some even asked for directions. He pleasantly and politely directed them all in the way they should go. As I turned and began walking down the sidewalk to leave, he looked at me and smiled and said “Hi, how are you doing?” Because of this interaction, I made a conscious effort to check myself when I was about to complain. It’s amazing how that works... I don’t believe in chance encounters. People I don’t even know have deep impacts on me. I remember most of the photos I’ve taken of people like this. I could talk for HOURS about every single person on the street I’ve taken a photo of. But anyway, he’s been on my mind since Saturday. I’ve looked at this photo over and over. I hope this man is well. I wish him well. I wish his family well. I hope he gets all he desires in life. All because he selflessly offered himself to others. It was genuine service. Not just because they asked, but because that’s who he is. I just know. If nobody noticed, I surely did. And he effected my day more than he knows. Don’t know him, but it’s all love. And guess what?! I SWEAR I #LoveYall