135 Photos - Mar 30, 2013
Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Shoes on a wire near the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: The bike path along the Hudson River Park, looking south.Photo: Looking up the Brooklyn Heights Promenade towards the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: Looking up the Brooklyn Heights Promenade towards the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: Cranes on the Red Hook waterfront.Photo: The Statue of Liberty.Photo: People on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: People on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: New spring flowers along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: New spring flowers along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: New spring flowers along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: Weird thorns of some kind on a tree by the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: Weird thorns of some kind on a tree by the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: Lower Manhattan light by the late afternoon sunshine on the far side.Photo: Pier 17 across the East River from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: Looking down at the Brooklyn Bridge Park from the Promenade.Photo: I think this might be a Thronless Honeylocust tree by the Fruit Street Sitting Area.Photo: People at the Fruit Street Sitting Area in Brooklyn.Photo: A new foot bridge between the Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Fruit Street Sitting Area that wasn't there the last time I spent time around here.Photo: A new foot bridge between the Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Fruit Street Sitting Area that wasn't there the last time I spent time around here.Photo: Squibb Park is finally open.  In the two and a half years I've been here, I never saw it unlocked before.Photo: Near the Fruit Street Sitting Area and the road leading down to the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: The walkway down to Squibb Park from the Fruit Street Sitting Area.Photo: Leena taking a picture of the Squibb Park dedication plaque.Photo: Sign on the new bridge…  "Is that a bounce in your step?  The Squibb Park Bridge design makes use of trail bridge technology. It is built with cables and wood, much like hundreds of trail bridges in our state and national parks.  Since it is designed to be lightweight and flexible, the bridge will bounce as you walk over it."Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: Leena on the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway underneath the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: Walking over the Squibb Park Bridge.Photo: The Statue of Liberty.  And belching smoke from the Staten Island Ferry.Photo: Kites over the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: Divided path in the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: People near a sculpture in the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: Some kind of formal party on a pier in the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: The line for the New York Water Taxi at the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: The line for the New York Water Taxi at the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: The line for the New York Water Taxi at the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: Photography in the Brooklyn Bridge Park with lower Manhattan in the background.Photo: The Miss Ellis Island sightseeing cruise ship going up the East River.Photo: The lower tip of Manhattan across the East River.Photo: The line for the New York Water Taxi at the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: Looking up at the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: Clouds viewed looking under the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: Shoes on a wire near the Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: And old, roofless warehouse (nowadays used for parties and events) with the Brooklyn Bridge overhead.Photo: And old, roofless warehouse (nowadays used for parties and events) with the Brooklyn Bridge overhead.Photo: A couple in the old, roofless warehouse.Photo: Wedding photography in part of the Brooklyn Bridge Park, with the classic, old warehouse as their background.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: Leena taking a photo of Jane's Carousel.Photo: People paying $2 to get a ride on Jane's Carousel.  (that's the Williamsburg Bridge off in the background.)Photo: Sign at Jane's Carousel.Photo: At Jane's Carousel.Photo: At Jane's Carousel.Photo: At Jane's Carousel.Photo: Outside Jane's Carousel in part of the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: A shiny sign about Jane's Carousel.Photo: The shiny Jane's Carousel sign.Photo: Some guys rowing a boat out into the East River.Photo: Some guys rowing a boat out into the East River.Photo: In the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: In the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: Leena outside Jane's Carousel.Photo: By Jane's Carousel...Photo: A subway train on the Manhattan Bridge reflecting the sunlight down onto the East River.Photo: In the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: In the Brooklyn Bridge Park, under the Manhattan Bridge.Photo: Across the East River in Manhattan...Photo: Some kind of photography for videography going on in DUMBO.Photo: Down in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Trolley Tracks and bicyclists in DUMBO.Photo: Photography in DUMBO.Photo: Smack Mellon…  It's just a funny name.  It's a gallery to help support women and mid-career artists.Photo: Looking up at the Manhattan Bridge from almost right underneath it.Photo: Looking up at the Manhattan Bridge from almost right under it.Photo: Looking down one of the DUMBO streets with the Empire State Building off on the other side a ways.Photo: She had colorful leggings...Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: An old, rundown warehouse on Water Street with the Manhattan Bridge soaring up behind it.Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: The crowd waiting for tables at Grimaldi's Pizza in DUMBO. In the summer the lines get even longer…  I've eaten there earlier this year, it's not bad, especially since that night it was bitterly cold so there was no wait for a table.Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: A guy in the middle of traffic taking a photo towards the Brooklyn Bridge Park.Photo: A crowd we sort of fell into while crossing the street.Photo: A crowd we sort of fell into while crossing the street.Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge.Photo: Traffic going under the Brooklyn Bridge towards the Manhattan Bridge.Photo: New construction in lower Manhattan.Photo: Looking up Church Street in lower Manhattan after sunset.Photo: Looking up West Broadway down in Lower Manhattan after sunset.Photo: New buildings in lower Manhattan.Photo: Interesting looking apartment building in Lower Manhattan.Photo: Buildings reflecting buildings in Lower Manhattan.Photo: Sunset behind New Jersey from Lower Manhattan.Photo: The new One World Trade Center shortly after sunset.Photo: A couple of colorfully lit rooms in a building along West Drive in lower Manhattan.Photo: The Standard Hotel above the High Line in the Meatpacking District.Photo: The Standard Hotel above the High Line in the Meatpacking District.Photo: The Hudson River and Jersey City after dusk.Photo: Electrical equipment on a pier building along the Hudson River.Photo: Part of Chelsey Piers on the Hudson (the hazy stuff on the left is the net around a driving range).Photo: A limousine full of loud, rowdy people screaming and partying as it was waiting at a stop light.Photo: Looking up 34th Street from near the Hudson River.Photo: The driftwood log on the shore of the Hudson River that I frequently photograph...Photo: A group of people outside the back of the Javits Convention Center.Photo: Bright lights by one of the ferry terminals along the Hudson River.Photo: Looking east along 42nd Street.Photo: The parking lot for the Intrepid museum.