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Brooklyn Bridge - No. 3

Brooklyn Bridge - No. 3

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Brooklyn Bridge - No. 3

The old gal's getting a face lift, but down below, nothing gets in the way of the vital
flow of traffic between Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn on this June afternoon in 2013.

©2016 Steve Ember
And, if ever a bridge deserved to be sung about......
https://youtu.be/SgN79lEa1dQ

Brooklyn Bridge - No.1
Brooklyn Bridge - No.1
Steve Ember
Brooklyn Bridge - No.2
Brooklyn Bridge - No.2
Steve Ember

Comments 3

  • Benita Sittner 18/05/2016 22:53

    ....mal ein ganz anderer Blick auf die berühmte Brücke...
    VLG Benita
  • s. sabine krause 09/05/2016 14:55

    what an eye-catching image! when i spotted it in the preview i immediately felt i needed to click on it, and when i did i wasn't disappointed at all. that bridge alone is a myth!! "thy cables breathe the north atlantic still", hart crane declaims, and i might humbly add that construction does become the famous bridge: its muddle appears strikingly maritime to the eye! "the rigging of a brig" – my first thought! and the flow of everyday traffic down below… it's like two different times touching or coexisting side by side. plus, now, that i've read up on the topic of brooklyn bridge, i'm imagining bottles of rum – yo ho ho! – rather than wine in the vaults of the masonry foundations… ; )) greetings, sabine. p.s.: love the somewhat "oceanic" light and the powerfully innocent (innocently powerful? ; )) baby-blue sky!
  • s. sabine krause 09/05/2016 14:55

    what an eye-catching image! when i spotted it in the preview i immediately felt i needed to click on it, and when i did i wasn't disappointed at all. that bridge alone is a myth!! "thy cables breathe the north atlantic still", hart crane declaims, and i might humbly add that construction does become the famous bridge: its muddle appears strikingly maritime to the eye! "the rigging of a brig" – my first thought! and the flow of everyday traffic down below… it's like two different times touching or coexisting side by side. plus, now, that i've read up on the topic of brooklyn bridge, i'm imagining bottles of rum – yo ho ho! – rather than wine in the vaults of the masonry foundations… ; )) greetings, sabine. p.s.: love the somewhat "oceanic" light and the powerfully innocent (innocently powerful? ; )) baby-blue sky!