Down Under The Brooklyn Bridge (Manhattan Side)


originally uploaded by mr.patrick.

Ok, this was was taken on a cold, rainy day down near the sea port underneath the FDR drive, in a parking lot.  There is this nice little pathway/park just past this parking lot where I was taking some shots.  There is also a little lookout point where you can get slightly closer to the bridge.  As I was leaving however, I took a look back and noticed the framing from the parking lot.  I tried a few shots and got lucky when that person with the umbrella came into frame.  I took it using my wide-angle, but there might be some cool shots to be had at different focal lengths and at different angles.  If your on the manhattan side, this is a nice place to shoot the bridge.


Camera: Nikon D300
Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
Aperture: f/4
Focal Length: 10 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: 0 EV


~ by mrpatrickblog on May 1, 2008.

2 Responses to “Down Under The Brooklyn Bridge (Manhattan Side)”

  1. Thie guy in the red umbrella completed this image beautifully.

  2. […] … when these foggy views are free!  Looks like we’re in for another rainy week in NYC – it’s ok though, just another chance to take some interesting shots.  My favorite places to shoot in this type of rainy, foggy weather, have always been around the waterfront.  This one was taken at the South Street Seaport looking out at the brooklyn bridge. […]

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