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more pictures from google

I just thought I’d post some picture from google of places we went to during missionfuge. ūüôā enjoy.

empire state buildingground zero.

yankee stadium.statue of liberty.

ellis island.time square.stardust diner. We visited many places while in New York. Not only that we help many people during the missionfuge part of the trip. If you have any questions please. Or tell me what you think. And please subscribe. Later. ūüôā

Another late post

Hey! I know this is a late post but I just been on here much since I got back from mission fuge so let’s get started.¬† We went to many place during the New York part of the trip like the Empire State Building.¬†¬†That was really cool expect the group I was in had to climb the stairs after we got to floor 80 because there was a lot of people and it would have been awhile before we got to the elevator so that was pretty tiring.We went to Niagara Falls too. That was really cool. We got to see the falls up close, and got wet too. lol. ¬†We also went to Time Square that really cool because we saw many street performers and it was the first time that I ever went into a Forever 21.(Or a clothing store with three floors for that matter) It was the first time I ever went into a Disney themed store too. I don’t remember the name of the store but it was really cute. We visited the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The boat ride made me really nervous we got especially when we got close to the Statue of Liberty and everyone got to one side to get a better pictures and the boat started to lean-to one side. I really didn’t explore those place, even though I should have.¬† Ground zero was amazing. I didn’t know several buildings were being built.¬† There were two fountains and around those fountains the names of everyone who died on 9/11 . We also visited places like Little Italy and Chinatown. We went to a Yankees games and guess who was there Snoop Dog. That’s right Snoop Dog. Me and some other girls almost didn’t get our pictures taken with him cause he was tired of taking pictures¬†with people. Then it was time for mission¬†fuge. This trip¬†had a lot of firsts for me.¬†Like ride on the trains and¬†the subway. The subway was fun expect if you were standing you got jerked around too much¬†and you had to be quick when you got¬†on and off. Then it was time for mission fuge. It wasn’t in New York it was in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We stayed at Eastern State University. The campuses¬†was¬†nice but hilly and¬†you had to walk a good¬†distant to get were you¬† needed to get.¬†As for what track I got into I got my first choice.¬†Sosocialcial. We went to places like food banks, mental homes, and old folks homes. Our track leader was really nice. He¬†ia really tall. The one down side was we had to leave the night before fuge ended because it was take us the¬†whole night and the next day just to get back.¬†It took us¬†the whole night just¬†to get¬†to New York as well.¬†The Sunday after we got back we share service. We sang songs we practiced that week and got to share.¬†Then, we had snac¬†fellowship.¬† All in¬†all it was really¬†fun. I really like the¬†two-story¬†Bugerking and the three-story Macdonald’s. I know I’d¬†never forget this trip.¬†It was a once in a life time thing for me. ūüôā



By Mike Krumboltz mike Krumboltz ‚Äď Tue¬†Feb¬†22, 11:48¬†am¬†ET

Odds are you’ve seen a photo of the Taj Mahal. And yet, if you were lucky enough to go there in person, the odds are even greater that you’d take a photo of your own–a photo just like all the others.

Artist Corinne Vionnet wanted to do something unique with all those near-identical snapshots, so she weaved them together. The effects, which you can look at below, are both beautiful and haunting.

According to My Modern Metropolis, Vionnet “carefully layers 200-300 photos on top of one another until she gets her desired result.” The landmarks, which include the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Statue of Liberty in New York, and Tiananmen Square in China, are easy to make out (despite some unavoidable blurs). But if you examine the photos closely you’ll also see faded silhouettes of people who happened to be there at that one moment. Well, 1/300th of them, anyway.

You can check out more of Vionnet’s work below, courtesy of The Empty Quarter Gallery.

Click to see more incredible images of world landmarks, transformed

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