The Florida State Fair

A carnival history display at the Florida State Fair, photographed by NYC photojournalist, Kelly Williams

Yesterday, my mother and I visited the Florida State Fair.  For a city girl like myself, this was an introduction to the country life, complete with livestock competitions, homemade concoctions, and everything you would ever need to decorate your house à la Little House on the Prairie.

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Gasparilla 2015: Pirates Invade Tampa

Tampa celebrates Gasparilla 2015, by NYC photojouralist, Kelly Williams.

Enjoy these photos from the 2015 Gasparilla pirate festival in Tampa, Florida.

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The Road to Micanopy, Florida

Photos of Micanopy, Florida by NYC wedding, event, and portrait photographer Kelly Williams

Happy new year, everyone!  I hope you all are enjoying a little ‘down time’ — I certainly am.  I’m spending time with my family in Florida, and we recently took a trip to Jacksonville to visit with my aunt and cousins.  The trip was great, especially the side trip to a little town called Micanopy.  […]

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Christmas in New York City

Christmas in New York City, by NYC wedding, event, and portrait photographer, Kelly Williams

Happy holidays to everyone!  With all that is going on in New York at the moment, let’s take a moment to remember the best of the city.  I can think of no more magical place than NYC at Christmas.  Enjoy this local’s perspective on the holiday.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Inflation Celebration, by Kelly Williams, Photographer

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  I hope you all have a wonderful holiday.  While you are feasting on turkey (or perhaps tofurkey), enjoy these pics I took last night from the Macy’s Day ‘Inflation Celebration’ — that is, the pre-Thanksgiving balloon inflation on the Upper West Side.  It was miserable weather last night, but I have to […]

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Today in photos…

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New Orleans City Park

The live oaks in New Orleans’ City Park exist as they have for hundreds of years.

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Windows on New Orleans

While walking the streets of the French Quarter, I peered through the following windows.

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New Orleans in Black and White

For every experience during my trip to New Orleans, there was good and bad.  The French Quarter was quaint, but the city overall felt unsafe.  People were kind and approachable, but there is a definite undercurrent of racism.  On and on it went.  While my perspective is limited to that of a tourist, I make […]

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Crescent City Connection

In November, I took a trip to New Orleans.  My first trip there.  I’m glad to say I’ve been, and I would like to return to see more of New Orleans and of Louisiana at large.  I feel like my trip was limited to that of the perspective of a tourist, and that there is […]

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