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Saturday, November 20, 2010

The View from the Pulaski Bridge

Across the East River
Photo by myself from the Pulaski Bridge, in Brooklyn.

This photo was taken while crossing the Pulaski Bridge in the car. The bridge is located between Long Island City and Greenpoint, Brooklyn. From there, you get a nice view of Midtown. In the foreground are warehouses jutting out into the East River.

The Chrysler Building on the right, is only seven blocks north of the Empire State Building, center. It is a short walk from one building to the next.

One of the things you notice after living here is that you really don't perceive Manhattan as an island. Unlike other cities like Hong Kong, Manhattan's waterfront is not so accessible. Some people live along the water and enjoy it while exercising in the parks, but the majority of Manhattanites are immersed among buildings.

Related posts: Different Vistas, On Six-Word Memoirs, in Print and Looking Out to Central Park West.

6 comments:

CadillaC said...

this picture is expected. American landscapes have a certain something. I look forward to more such images :)
Greet from Poland :)

RedPat said...

Nice shot. The skyline looks so beautiful! We are in the process here of reclaiming the harbour area from warehouses etc - it's a long journey.

NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

gorgeous shot...never get tired of that skyline...just lovely! can't wait to get back in a few weeks!!:)

Cesc said...

not surprising any of the views of Manhattan!

Pierre said...

Beautiful shot ot the building. BLe sky. I love america

Dlife said...

the best and the wonderful skyline ever