New York City

The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

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The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge opened in 1964 and at the time was the worlds largest suspension bridge. It towers 693 feet tall and spans 13,700 feet! This bridge is so long that engineers had to factor in the curvature of the earth when it was built. The bridge, located in New York City, connects the borough of Brooklyn to Staten Island… Continue readingThe Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Downtown

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A shot of the lower Manhattan skyline of New York City. This time from an angle not seen to often, from inside the city looking out. This photo is available for purchase in the online gallery.

New York City by Air

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I had a the opportunity yesterday to to take aerial photos of New York City on a doors off helicopter trip with FlyNYon. It was an amazing experience. The staff was super friendly and made me feel right at home from the moment I arrived until the moment I departed. I was greeted by Erika who brought me into the… Continue readingNew York City by Air

City Sunset

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This past weekend my daughter and I spent the evening wandering around Brooklyn Bridge Park. You couldn’t help but stop what you were doing and watch the last rays of light set behind the New York City skyline. As I have mentioned in other posts, Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the best locations to take pictures of the NY… Continue readingCity Sunset

The High Line

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Last night I took a stroll through The High Line Park in New York City. The High Line is a park built on an historic elevated freight train line, The New York Central.  The High Line is located on the west side of Manhattan between 10th  and 11th Avenue. The High Line starts at Gansevoort St. and finishes up at… Continue readingThe High Line

Brooklyn Bridge Park

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When I noticed we had a bit of warm weather the other day (short lived) I took a trip out to Brooklyn with camera in hand.

The night was perfect. The temperature was a pleasant 58 degrees and photographers were out everywhere you looked. Everyone seemed to be in a super friendly mood.

I went with a friend and we stopped and talked with other photographers and took pictures for tourists. The tourists seemed to trust us because we had our cameras on impressive looking tripods… fools!

We shot until after midnight and even as we were leaving there were still plenty of photographers out around Brooklyn Bridge Park.