Beautiful sights going and coming. A friendly place to walk and take photos. If you're in Brooklyn you can walk across to Manhattan and the skyline is always in front of you. You will have to stop and...
Walking over the Brooklyn Bridge is a great way to view the Manhattan skyline & East River. Since the view of the skyline is better walking from Brooklyn into Manhattan, I'd suggest taking the 'A' or...
I walked the Brooklyn Bridge with a group of friends in order to get to Manhattan to do some shopping and while it is a pretty long trek, particularly if you do it while it is Summertime in the city, ...
The very historic Brooklyn Bridge. As a fan of photography, I have different thoughts about this classic yet elegant bridge. The charisma of that classic style has really caught my eye. It’s very unique, very different and more accurately, it is much more than just a bridge, but is instead a glorious structure in the city of New York. As such once I arrive in New York I came here right away. From what I can see, even though the sight is solemn, it looks warmly familiar because I have been thinking so much about it. Just as I’d imagined, it sits solemnly atop the river. Its 100 plus years of history has given it just the finest American touch of elegance. A heavy set bridge, stable and full of stories to tell, we see how time has brushed her gentle hand on this structure. The magic of this construction is like an old book; every paragraph you read is the finest of treasures.
New York’s Brooklyn Bridge was built in 1883, criss-crossing New York’s East River, connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan Island. It used to be the world’s longest suspension bridge and was the first bridge in the world to use steel in its construction. It was generally referred to as one of the 7 construction wonders of the world in the Industrial Revolution.
my favorite place so far! this is so beautiful 😍
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Beautiful scenery full of photographers & bicyclists. If you need take some excellent shots of NYC or in need of a mellow place to relax… this is one of those places for sure.
Change your perspectives 👀 This is one aspect of photography that I learned by practicing day in day out. I remember one of my colleagues when I was working in Singapore telling me that all the famous landmarks around the world have been photographed millions or billions of time. It’s about how differently you can capture them. What unique story can you convey? How can you portray your views or experience in your own way, the way you have experienced it yourself. This is another example of how photography changed my perspectives about other aspects in life. It’s important to take a step back, to listen to others, and think about decisions or perspectives, in order to understand each other better 🙌🏼
The Brooklyn Bridge, a famous bridge connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn, is equipped with walking and biking lanes. It spans across the East River, one side in New York's borough of Brooklyn, and the other the luxurious island of Manhattan. Walking on the bridge with boats passing underneath, you can see the panoramic Manhattan with its high-rises. In the evening, the setting sun shines on the river and the distant Statue of Liberty, creating beautiful scenery.