I met a street performer in the DUMBO area of Brooklyn. He sang aloud the "Aladdin" bridge, but I was quickly attracted to the night in New York. I saw it from the bridge. Under the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan seems to have become a treasure trove of legendary colors.
He saw the sly look in my eyes and said, "Man, do you know? Manhattan is actually nothing good. I like Brooklyn. The following parking area is worth your stroll. You know. Past events? Then you will love it."
"American Past"? The impression in my mind suddenly became clear.
Finally, finally, with his vague description and a latitude and longitude, before the sky became gray, all the way to the location, turned back, almost did not hold back, ecstatic to tears! After decades, the Manhattan Bridge and everything around it remains the same, except for the tall buildings in Manhattan that are exposed in the bridge, nothing has changed!
Mada's smile, the handsome face of the small noodles, everything is revealed from the fog, the morning light from the bridge hole, from the dazzling water surface to the mottled street, the light is brighter, the United States Everything in the past is even more distinct.
This is Brooklyn outside of "New York". This is a past event outside of "Brooklyn". It is unforgettable and not as good as smoke. I was insanely looking at the original lights with tears, forgetting everything but a pilgrimage. This moment belongs to me, the past in the United States
JOJO’s wonderful trip
The classic corner of the movie "America's Past" comes from DUMBO
which is a classic view from the river bank not far from the Manhattan Bridge. This is a classic perspective
This area is the industrial art district DUMBO (Danbo District)
it There is also a very interesting name derived from "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass"
the initials of the initials synthesized DUMBO
from the last 70s here from the important industrial area of New York to the art district
Gradually more and more artists and young people who were originally concentrated in the Lower Village of Lower Manhattan moved to the manufacturer of Brilo soap painted by Brooklyn
Andy Warhol across the river. It is also a memory that preserves history.
Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park
Cadman Plaza Park
The River Café
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
Residence Inn by Marriott New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area