Hidden Treasures

One of the best things when you’re out exploring the City is to stumble upon a hidden treasure. A treasure is whatever you find amazing. A building off the main streets that’s so different from anything else you’ve seen. A brick wall in the unlikeliest of places. A painting covered by ivy. A copper water spout. My favorite trips wandering around New York are finding these hidden things. For a moment, no matter how brief, you feel like you’ve found something that is entirely yours. You can go back and back or you can simply head off to find a new treasure.

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Riverside Park
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Riverside Park
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Riverside Park
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Riverside
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Garden

 

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