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The Meatpacking District

We have news!

I’m not pregnant. But our family is experiencing a seismic shift on par with a new baby at home. Almost….

We’ve moved to the lake for the summer! Goodbye city streets, hello water, paddleboards, and jumping crickets.

While I’m excited about a lazy summer at the lake, it’s sad to leave New York. I love the city, its grit and its beauty. As a farewell, I thought I’d put together a collection of some of my favorite city moments from the past year, all seen through the hazy lens of watercolor. From last Summer, to our long-awaited Spring, a glimpse of NYC through the seasons:

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Chelsea water tower

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Bubbles blow on Sixth Avenue

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The Richard Meier Buildings, West Village

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The High Line

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Hudson River Park

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Hudson River Park runnners

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West Village

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Central Park in Fall

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Autumn leaves in Central Park

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Fall sunset on the Hudson

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Winter in Times Square

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Snow-covered 8th Avenue & 14th Street

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Hitting the streets in baby Sorels

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Snowed in, Chelsea

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Peeking through the bookstore windows, Chelsea

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Bleecker Street Playground

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In the shadow of Chelsea Market

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Chelsea Spring

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Union Square Playground cherry blossoms

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Kelly Park

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Madison Square Park in Spring

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Rainy day on the Hudson

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Cherry blossom canopy, Chelsea

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