In Pics: A day out in New York City - the busiest city in the world

Summer is finally here in New York city. The city that never sleeps is now filled with excitement and a sense of purpose. Many people are continuing to run around doing their normal chores but then there are some who are exploring, some who are just enjoying the sun and others happy to just experience, absorb this one-of-its-kind city’s boundless energy.

Take this journey into New York city through the pictures below. 

Little children running towards the George Washington Bridge. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Little children running towards the George Washington Bridge. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
The crossroads of the world is always busy - Times Square, New York. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
The crossroads of the world is always busy - Times Square, New York. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
The rush to a 9am-5pm job continues. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
The rush to a 9am-5pm job continues. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
No faster way to travel around the city than the New York subway. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
No faster way to travel around the city than the New York subway. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Street musicians being innovative with their musical instruments in Bryant Park. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Street musicians being innovative with their musical instruments in Bryant Park. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Professor reviewing his academic textbook in Bryant Park before his lecture. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Professor reviewing his academic textbook in Bryant Park before his lecture. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
New Yorkers taking advantage of New York’s Public Library to sleep and study. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
New Yorkers taking advantage of New York’s Public Library to sleep and study. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Homeless man trying to get some loose change from passersby. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Homeless man trying to get some loose change from passersby. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Ducklings enjoying the early night skyline of New York City. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
Ducklings enjoying the early night skyline of New York City. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
New York makes the Hudson River colourful at night. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar
New York makes the Hudson River colourful at night. Photo courtesy: Kaustubh Shankar

 

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Kaustubh Shankar
Kaustubh Shankar – Contributor

Kaustubh Shankar is an avid photographer who loves the energy in New York and especially in Times Square. He goes there often to explore the city which is rich in diversity and excitement. Kaustubh is pursuing a business degree in Temple University in Philadelphia but loves to click pictures of this colourful world around him.
 

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