The Christmas Season is in full sway in New York City and I will not be lying when I say that it’s one of my favorite times of the year because everything is so beautifully decorated and lit up for all to enjoy. One of the “Holiday Hobbies” I’ve had for a couple of years now, has been my annual “Christmas Tree Hunt” and this initiative involves me trekking around our metropolis to assorted locations where some nicely done trees are set up. The hope is to snap a few photos for the website and our social networks and maybe even help spark the townies to do something similar and show the tourists that there is more than the massive Rockefeller Center tree to enjoy. This year I’ll be using my Samsung point and shoot along with my Galaxy Note 8 and I’ll start the adventure with the origami tree that is set up in the incredible American Museum of Natural History but first we are greeted by a dinosaur.
This beautiful tree features tons of origami art and these hand-crafted decorations all depict sea life. I’ve secured a few different angles on this “Oceans Of Origami” presentation. It was awesome to see in person and I hope that this inspires you to come to the museum and explore.
American Museum Of Natural History: http://www.amnh.org