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Old May 30, 2014, 10:53 AM   #1
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Default Queensboro Bridge - Revisited

I walked from the office to the east side of Manhattan to shoot again the Queensborough Bridge, big crows of people waiting for the sunset to photograph the Manhatanhenge but I knew it was a bad day for it.

The sky on the east side of the city was better and gave me the opportunity to take some pictures with my ND filter (10 stops).

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4. The famous "Silvercup" studios building is next to the bridge.



Have a great weekend everyone.

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Old May 30, 2014, 7:55 PM   #2
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Absolutely supurb shots as usual, Marcelo.
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Those were worth the walk by themselves Marcelo. Thanks for sharing. Do you know what the story is behind the boar?
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Thank you Greg, I did a web search and I found the boar it's a bronze copy of a marble replica of a Renaissance statue of a wild boar named Porcellino.

Philanthropist Hugh Trumbull Adams found the statue in a Florentine shop and donated it to the park in the early 1970s.

http://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.co...-sutton-place/
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cool series, number 2 is my favorite of the views.
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Than you ramcewan, glad you like it.
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I like all of these and spend time seeing each Marcelo. For me 'Silvercup' is my pick.

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Rich color and great composition. Another beautiful series.
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Excellent shots Marcelo
Fantastic colors and and lighting
No.2 is also my pick

thanks for sharing
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Thank you Bob, I like the building and the history behind it:





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Rich color and great composition. Another beautiful series.
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Fantastic colors and and lighting
No.2 is also my pick

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Thank you Fred, I'm glad you like it.
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