A photo from a great a trip with the SJCC.
The city’s youngest bridge, and the hemisphere’s longest, spans New York Harbor from Bay Ridge to Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island’s eastern shore. The public works genius Robert Moses was 75, and the master bridge designer Othmar Ammann 85, when the Verrazano-Narrows opened in 1964.
I agree the photos are spectacular with the vignetting. Iâ€™m an art enthusiast and have emerged myself into a circle of photographers who loves this technique. These photos remind me of an exhibition I once saw a while back at the Phoenix Art Museum .