a day in soho.

Monday, August 8, 2011


the slight shift in temps (er, 90 degrees to 80) gave me shopping anxiety so ed and i hit up soho this weekend. mostly a lot of window shopping, trying on and putting back, and frozen yogurt. i bought 2 flannel shirts from uniqlo. that's right, flannel.

ed found some random guy who was taller than him in a men's store. he was 7 feet! they gave each other high fives and exchanged shopping for tall people tips. 

we ended the night with salmon burgers and sweet potato fries. mondays suck.

ps: i have no idea who the guy is in the top pic. i told him he would make the blog if he walked in the shot. i kept my promise.

16 comments:

David and Elizabeth said...

wonderful pictures!
i so dream of living in NYC!

Cassy said...

great photos!

pam said...

so kind of camera do you have? my one hobby/business has created another hobby - photography. i love it.

rebecca said...

pam-
i have a canon rebel t2i. it's a great semi-professional starter camera. i highly recommend!

Rebecca - A Daily Something said...

I loooove that last photo. & flannel, eh?? I usually have SUCH mixed feelings about fall. But flannel makes me want it now....

Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

I love the pose the guy in the top photo is striking for you. These photos remind me how much I miss Soho. It's time for a trip down there soon -- I only need to convince one of my friends to meet me for a meal. Interested?

Inessa said...

7 feet tall, I would be a midgit next to him...Salmon burgers and sweet potato fries sound good

s.212 said...

I love frozen yogurt. We just got a Pinkberry in my city so I've been going there a lot!

la petite coquine said...

Mondays do suck. Thank goodness for yummy dinners!

Vanessa said...

Soho is so gorgeous. But I think you might be insane for even thinking about flannel in this weather.

Thanks for tonight, it was really, really fun!

Naomi Bulger said...

This is so strange. I'd just finished reading your comment on my blog, that home is when you're happy to be back, where you feel you belong. I thought, if that's the definition, New York is my home.

Then I came over here to check out your blog and before my very eyes, my old neighbourhood began downloading. I used to live in SoHo and I have a genuine lump in my throat looking at your lovely photographs.

Rebeka said...

I love the pictures in this post!

rebecca said...

naomi-
ironic. everything happens for a reason. :)

s212-
high five for pinkberry coming to your hood.

Vivian said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog, your photography, your style. Thank you so much for stopping by because I was able to discover you. The best time of my life was when I lived in NYC. I miss it and I miss SOHO. I must go back and visit. You are sure lucky to be there. Following :)

Jamie said...

Great pics. You have a knack for photography!! You live in a toooootally different world than I. Literally, we live clear across the continent from each other! :0) But I have honestly never been within walking distance of buildings like that. Wow, now I really feel sheltered. lol
It's so fun to explore blogs and see other parts of the U.S.

kitchu said...

christ you crack me up.

and mondays do suck as i sit here facing yet another one.

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