After a brief photo shoot at the Oculus, the plan was to get to Brooklyn Bridge for sunset. There, I realised how touristy it was.
I should have got there for sunrise. Ah well, I had the leave the next day. Got some shots to show anyhow.
One of my minor missions in NYC was to get to Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus at World Trade Center station (PATH).
I walked from Chinatown to the complex through Broadway while taking photos of abstract cityscape. You knew you were in a right place when it felt like an invitation to submerge into it.
Looking up in New York City and these were what I saw.
There always were shoes on the streets either I was in United States or Thailand. Peculiarly, we might not be that dissimilar after all.
It was only a week we were in Russia but there were quite some thoughts in head about the trip. Those three nights in Murmansk and other three in Moscow didn’t just turned out to be a fantastic getaway but also I got to learn something inside my head.
For the start, the trip was different from my previous ones. It was the first time in years I travelled as a group. On top of that, it was in places we could say they were completely foreign, especially, the language. And at the end, I made a costly mistake that taught me a valuable lesson. Those incidents, somehow, triggered the thoughts of how my brain worked as an INFP that I’d convinced myself for the past years. Continue reading A Week in Russia and How I Learned about an INFP Mind