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Worlds Apart by craig beds| newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

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Central Park Manhattan, New York City

Central Park Manhattan, New York City

View of Upper East Side. NYC pinterest @veronicamakeup

View of Upper East Side. NYC pinterest @veronicamakeup

I wanted to showcase the city of NY because, setting is an important part to Between Riverside and Crazy.

I wanted to showcase the city of NY because, setting is an important part to Between Riverside and Crazy.

Central Park Fifth Avenue - Upper East Side, NYC, the ideal place for reading Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence. Check out 10 Iconic Places To Read 10 Classic New York Books at TheCultureTrip.com More

Central Park Fifth Avenue - Upper East Side, NYC, the ideal place for reading Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence. Check out 10 Iconic Places To Read 10 Classic New York Books at TheCultureTrip.com More

I wonder where Kora is? When I left the shop she was in the wee garden there. I hope she is back in the shop now.......

I wonder where Kora is? When I left the shop she was in the wee garden there. I hope she is back in the shop now.......

Floral New York City

Floral New York City

New York City

New York City

Princess Diana's Revenge Dress; she wore this dress designed by Christiana Stambolian to a party at the Serpentine Gallery on June 29, 1994, the day Prince Charles publicly admitted to committing adultery. The dress instantly became an icon and a seminal moment in the public life of the late princess.

Princess Diana's Revenge Dress; she wore this dress designed by Christiana Stambolian to a party at the Serpentine Gallery on June 29, 1994, the day Prince Charles publicly admitted to committing adultery. The dress instantly became an icon and a seminal moment in the public life of the late princess.