Wow, Hank, this is a beauty. How far do you think it is? Cheers, Dany
Beautiful as always....
guess you finally got that point you talked about, Hank.
And that ist worth to go there. Almost like that architects did knew when to set the column of that famous bridge
Another winner Hank . . .A well framed iconic beauty. This photo and the underpass feel *grounded and strong.
It's just a little over 3 miles, as the crow flies, from where I was standing Dany. Thanks for the ""Wow." Greetings Rafael, the "as always..." is as good a compliment as I could ever hope for. Thank you. Michael, I told you I was going back there someday, and I see you remembered. Ann, as another person who "sees" the fine details in large scenes, I truly enjoy catching your attention with one of my shots. Thanks, all.
Good Morning Hank, How are you my friend. I like the bridge theme of many of your new posts. What a wonderful frame they create. I hope the weekend is going well for you. Cheers, Rich
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Hello Hank,that's a well composed frame.It looks really artful and interesting.Cheers,Thomas
Greetings Rich. It's good hearing from you. I don't have your monumental mountains to focus on, so I make do with some monumental structures that make New York unique. I'm glad you like them. Welcome Mayaamon, it is a pleasure to greet you, and to receive for generous compliments on this photo. Finally, Thomas, I finally got back to the area in order to capture some of the scenes I could only drive-by before. Thanks for visiting and commenting.
Now that's some impressive framing, Hank! Beautifully done. Marilyn
Thanks Marilyn and r.w. This was a fun shot. As I stood in the middle of the street, trying to get it just right, I finally ended up with this. I'm glad you like it. Welcome to Brooklyn.
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Photo taken in Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY, USA
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