Cee’s fun foto: Winter water across the coast.

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Winter. Brrrr. The very thought of it makes my spine cold! Here are some pics of the winter and waterside that I have enjoyed.

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Flags in front of restaurant by the waterside

 

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A lone boat in the dock.

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Birds enjoying the frozen river

Northeast winters have no mercy, I travel to a warmer climate for a few days
every winter 🙂

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Cee’s fun foto: Winter-Water

WPC: Wanderlust

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Wherever you go, go with all your heart.”
– Confucius

There is always one moment/location that captures my heart in every travel destinationI have been to. It is not necessarily the most famous tourist spot or even a known location.

These locations are embedded deep in me because I felt something open up when I experienced, a flow of energy perhaps? They are not just snaps to me, they are transcendental meditation. For when I do look at them, I feel like I am there.

Just how I feel right now, as I wrote this post, looking at this snaps, I traveled to these locations and now I am back home. That I guess is the spirit of Wanderlust.

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Zeebra Designs & Destinations Timeout for Wanderlust, Accidental Experiences – and a Little Art!

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Dense: Concrete Jungle

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nyc 3The facades of NYC piques the interest of most people. NYC is perhaps a must see destination and in the bucket-list of vacation spots for most too. The buildings here encompass a gamut of qualities that one can possibly imagine in the world of architecture. Historic and modern. Artistic and traditional. Tactile texture and visual texture. And so on.

This place has so much to see, so much to offer. How can one everywhere without going everywhere? Head to the One World Observatory and take in the views of NYC without a gazillion footprint.  A large glass window showcases the city in every direction. You can walk a few steps to the next window panel and you would have a different perspective of this dense concrete jungle. Each view is breathtaking and tells its own story, you could spend hours here just walking, trying to analyze and observe this great city and yet feel like you cannot take it all in. I was told you can see the three states from this observation deck.

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