It’s still warm enough to enjoy a day trip into New York City, and my whole family likes wandering around a flea market. Here are some of the best in town:
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market (HKFM) offers a place where collectors and top-notch hagglers including the fashion éclat, artists, celebrities, tourists, and residents shop the market for antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, home decorations, furniture, jewelry, and more.
West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenue
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Every Saturday & Sunday
All year long (weather pending)
Chelsea Flea Market
Chelsea Flea Market features up to 135 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, ephemera, decorative arts, vintage clothing, jewelry, and other types of antiques (items more than 100 years old), vintage items (including Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern items), and other desirable items from the past.
Uptown Side of West 25th Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue, near The Flatiron Building, Eataly, and Madison Square Park.
9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Every Saturday & Sunday, year-round (weather pending)
There are over 60,000 square feet of pure shopping pleasure located conveniently on the upper West Side of Manhattan.
The GreenFlea market is open year round on SUNDAYS only, open from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.
This gorgeous image was taken by our Associate Photographer, Milena Lopez, earlier this year. If you are pregnant, hopefully this will inspire you to pick up the phone and book a session. We have just updated the pregnancy portfolio on our website, and there are some stunning images for you to view.
We suggest that pregnancy phởtos are taken at seven to eight months. We do offer a Pregnancy Newborn package for $1190. Newborn portrait sessions should take place within the first few weeks of the child’s life.
Our packages include two photo sessions in studio and two standard 8×10 prints.
For parents wanting to do birth announcement cards, we have a gorgeous line of custom cards, which can be seen here.
We love babies — especially when we have a session with one as expressive as the Huber’s baby girl. At just a couple months old, she commanded the camera’s attention. My favorite shot is the bottom one of her little tush pressed up against the floor. I miss when I could just plop my girls down and run around doing errands! They were always so good — still are. The Huber’s cherish their daughter, and it truly shows. We’re happy we captured these memories for them!