Friday, January 20, 2012

Weekday Morning Routine in Manhattan

Hey everyone! How are you doing? I've been given a video camera (thanks for that!) so that I can include more footage about this experience with all of you beyond the words I write. I'm excited to start making videos, and I'll try to find the time to that as much as I can from now on.

It is supposed to snow in the weekend, but these days the weather is quite beautiful. It's still cold, but very sunny. Since it looks so nice outside, I decided to start trying out the camera and see what I can do. I tried to capture my way to school and work and then put it together so that I could share what I see every morning, which by the way, still makes me go wow!

I left home earlier than expected and had a little time to walk around the school, so you're going to see the surroundings of the NYC Midtown campus in the video. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here I leave the video. (If I did everything right, you should be able to watch it in HD)

I realized I don't go outside as much as I should during the winter. Well, let me tell you I wasn't designed for this weather. But I will try to capture anything cool happening in the city, and, of course, much more to come once the weather gets warmer! I already have a huge list of things I still have to do in the city before leaving this year...
Now let me go and explore a little bit more what I can do with this. I'm open to any suggestions! And once again, here's the e-mail for the blog in case you want to contact me in privet:

I hope you all have a great weekend!


  1. This video is amazing! :) and we got to see Bryant Park, that is what I was going to propund for the next video since you tell so good things about it!
    Good work!

  2. me encanta, es como volver a estar allí, gracias por el tiempo que le dedicas al blog, no debe ser facil porder llegar a todo, asi que muchas gracias por contar tu dia a dia, es vivirlo a traves de tus ojos, sigue asi y mucha suerte. :-)
    Un saludo

  3. Love the video José! It makes me want to come to NYC and study at Berkeley College!