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Thursday, July 28, 2011

The Willis Avenue Bridge, on the Harlem River

Bridge, East River
Photo by myself, on the Harlem River.

The Willis Avenue of the many bridges connected to Manhattan.

The Manhattan, Brooklyn and George Washington Bridges are by far the most known. The Willis Avenue bridge is small in comparison, connecting Manhattan to the Bronx.

Manhattan is to the left, out of frame, here. I was on a boat going downstream on the water. The sun was setting and the sky was gorgeous.

Happy Thursday, everyone!

Related posts: Gone Fishin', Along the East River, Red Skiff, in the East River and On Rain and the Brooklyn Bridge.


Olivier said...

j'aime bien cette architecture de pont a l'americaine.

RedPat said...

Lucky you to be on a boat ride!

biebkriebels said...

Wow that is a great bridge. I don't know this one.

Lily Hydrangea said...

you made this bridge look so appealing Kitty.
& I am dying to know, what kind of boat were you on?

Chicken Underwear said...

Here is the view from the Willis Ave Bridge


Kitty said...

Thanks everyone!

I was in a large boat that looked like a yacht, for our office summer party. We took a trip up the Hudson River and then down the East River to see the sun set against the Statue of Liberty.

We were lucky to have near perfect weather, until the very end.

There are many boat rides available for visitors. I haven't taken any though so I can't recommend any one in particular.

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Andrea said...

beautiful light and colours!

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