The Coolest Photos Of The Manhattan Bridge You Have Ever Seen!

Here are a collection of photos taken over 10 years ago, featuring some of the most unique perspectives of the Manhattan Bridge spanning Brooklyn and Manhattan.  I currently reproduce these images as transparencies and lightbox images in the form of framed art works or interior installations and integrated lighting solutions. Enjoy them.  Any comments or inquiries can be directed to skizum.newyork(at)gmail(dot)com.

A view from over the road with motion blurred tail lights

A view from over the road with motion blurred tail lights

A detail shot under the roadway featuring many of the design elements of the bridge including sculptural ornaments, parabolic arches, detailed truss work and rivets

A detail shot under the roadway featuring many of the design elements of the bridge including sculptural ornaments, parabolic arches, detailed truss work and rivets

Looking down at the stone foundation in the water

Looking down at the stone foundation in the water

Looking up from the shore

Looking up from the shore

Looking up from the walkway

Looking up from the walkway

Sculptural details from the walkway

Sculptural details from the walkway

A disorienting perspective

A disorienting perspective

Looking up

Looking up

Where all the elements are represented...

Where all the elements are represented...

The crowning detail on top

The crowning detail on top

Cloud shaddow

Cloud shaddow

Lighting conditions provided by a video shoot...

Lighting conditions provided by a video shoot...

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