New York City - Skyline with Bridges
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New York City - Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge
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New York City Skyline and Manhattan Bridge on a Winter Night
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Brooklyn - Under the Williamsburg Bridge - New York City
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Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge - Two Bridges - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa The light after a storm in New York City has its own charm. The rivers calm down from their frenzied co-mingling with the rain and the sun comes out to paint the bridges and skylines in light. And if you are there for the exact moment that all of these elements occur, it's nothing short of incredible. --- I like to wait a few months sometimes before I contemplate certain scenes that I have photographed. The distance between the experience and the nostalgia for the initial experience seems to add a certain complexity to the memory. This particular view was captured with the Sony A99 on an absolutely frigid day back in February shortly after a storm passed through. The river was so choppy that waves were literally slapping up against the edge of where I was standing and splashing onto the concrete. I had never seen the light illuminate the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge, and Brooklyn skyline in such a spectacular way before though. I would stand there again a thousand times enduring the river's icy advances just to get a glimpse of this light. ---
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New York City - Summer Sunset- By Vivienne Gucwa
Summer in New York City:
...popsicles melting on tongues like summer snowflakes, ice cream kisses under trees, sand between toes, ocean waves, afternoon daydreams, roller-coaster laughter, running barefoot through fountains, fire-escape barbecues, freckles on warm skin, open fire hydrant dancing, shaved ices on corners, stoop gossip, bicycles against trees, clothesline clothes swaying against the skyline, ferry boat waves and river lullabies, evening breezes, and sunsets that steal their way into hearts...
This was taken on a boat in the East River overlooking the Manhattan Bridge and New York City skyline in lower Manhattan.
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Manhattan Bridge - Night - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa
The world stops spinning on its axis
as the city's lights search through the night
for hearts that flutter to the
syncopation of its pulsating lights.
This was taken on a stormy night in Brooklyn as the waves in the East River pounded the piers and the wind whipped against the faces of the few brave souls who were still standing at the edge of Brooklyn Bridge Park hoping to catch a first glimpse of the city's lights as they flickered into view.
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The New York City Skyline at Sunset- By Vivienne Gucwa Late summer sunsets over New York City are the most intoxicating. The bubbles from the wake of boats in the river go right to the head. And the sun's trail of gold kisses on the water lead straight to the heart of the city. --- It's this time of year when I start to miss late summer sunsets like this in New York City. When I need to clear my mind, I head to the water. Sometimes I go to the beach to listen to the waves and sometimes I go to the river to gain perspective on everything going on in my life. I don't know what I would do if I lived in a land-locked area. On the day that I took this photo, I rode the East River Ferry for 4 hours straight (the day-pass is incredible) watching the light stretch across the sky and cityscape changing subtly every hour until the sun burst over the city like a supernova. The waves were perfect that day. The East River Ferry stops in both Manhattan and Brooklyn going from 34th Street in midtown, down to Wall Street's Pier 11, passing under each of lower Manhattan's bridges and then across to stops in Brooklyn and Queens connecting at piers in DUMBO, Greenpoint, Williamsburg and Long Island City. ---
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Another Dawn - Manhattan Bridge - New York City
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The Manhattan Bridge and New York City Skyline- By Vivienne Gucwa "Chapter one. " "He adored New York City. He idolised it all out of proportion. " Uh, no. Make that "He romanticised it all out of proportion. " "To him, no matter what the season was, this was still a town that existed in black and white and pulsated to the great tunes of George Gershwin. " If there is one opening sequence in cinema that perfectly illustrates even a tiny iota of the overwhelming love I have for New York City, it's the opening sequence to Woody Allen's Manhattan which is where the dialogue quoted above originates. I know that people have very definite ideas about Woody Allen but his early body of work still contains some of my favorite interpretations of life in Manhattan and this particular opening still chokes me up absolutely every time I watch it especially the montage from 1:52 on. I actually learned how to play Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue on the piano when I was younger almost entirely because of this opening sequence. I was asked a while ago if I ever get bored or jaded about certain views or landscapes in New York City. I didn't really know how to answer the question without sounding like a blubbering idiot. I know many people seem to get bored of overly-photographed parts of New York City but for me, there is always something new and something special imparted to these landscapes based on each individual artist's perspective. The photo in this post is of a landscape that overwhelms me every time I lay eyes on it. For me, this scene encompasses a feeling that is hard to express entirely in words. It's how the light falls onto the Manhattan Bridge embracing its architecture in a glow while the skyline gracefully pushes through the dreamy haze distilling the essence of New York City down to its purest forms of hope, beauty and possibility. ---
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New York City Skyline Rooftops
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The Manhattan Bridge and the New York City Skyline at Sunset
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