Looks a little grey and sad !
Very old looking.Neat shot.
We should remember to link this post to this coming Sunday’s Sunday Bridges meme that «Louis» hosts!
love the effect
another great shot!
I love the photo! There’s so much drama in it.
Cool shot! I love the city in black and white!
It really does have such an old-timey look. Nicely done.
That is one good picture. Love seeing all the bridges linked sort of together. Well done. Hope you have a great day.
We’re both still in NYC for WW. Fantastic effect.
Great capture, Amar! 🙂
You reminded me: remember that famous shot in “Annie Hall” where they are sitting looking at the bridge? In actuality, there was no bench there, so Woody put it there. It used to be his (and a few other people’s) own ‘private’ spot, then it was known to the whole world.
I love the photo effect, it looks so aged!
Yes, oh, yes!
This has a terrifically gritty feel to it. I really like it.
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It almost makes me feel as if I’m sailing into NYC for the first time from the 40’s.
Thanks for sharing this picture. Brooklyn is really an awesome place and it is so populous.
Gorgeous! my friend lives by the promenade and I just love the view when I go to visit her. I’m so glad you enjoyed NYC.
Very nice pic. Should be a show piece. 🙂
I like the effect you made with the round circle. Gorgeous skyline.
That is gorgeous!
I’ve never been to NY and it’s entirely possible I won’t get the chance, so this was enjoyable. I, too, like the vignette effect.
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