The Queensborough Bridge

I captured this photo from the roof of my building back in my New York City days.  At the time my apartment was on Roosevelt Island, a strange little island just off the Upper East side of Manhattan that was peculiarly quiet and had stunning views.  This image what actually captured on an old film camera I used to love shooting with.  I remember having to set up the tripod, calculate exposure length and all those other complications a digital camera eliminates.  To be honest I still love using with film, but the costs of film and processing make it a challenge with my current budget.

If there’s one thing I miss about NYC it’s views like this.

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2 thoughts on “The Queensborough Bridge

  1. CORRECTION: I actually miss my friends more than the city lights. Come to think of it I also miss the late night diners, the opera and a bunch of other stuff. I just liked the sound of that caption 😉

    • I miss my friends too! But I like the country life, it’s friendly and easy going, lots of trees and wildlife! Plus there are things to do here besides shopping.Lol 🙂

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