Project Looking Through

I enjoyed being part of Anna Carson’s Project Yellow and have decided to try another blogger project, Mark’s Project Looking Through. The object is to post a photo that gives the viewer the sensation of looking through something.

This photo was taken in Brooklyn Bridge Park, 12 acres located between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. This narrow stretch of land is separated from the East River by a paved promenade and a short iron fence.

Click on the image to see the details. Shot through the rails of the fence, it shows the Manhattan skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge and the 32-story Verizon Building, one of the world’s first art deco skyscrapers. All you way to the left, on the far side of the river, you can glimpse the domed roof of the World Financial Center.

Look closely at the surface of the river, between the iron bars, and you’ll see two boats heading beneath the bridge — a long, dark barge and a small, bright vessel with an American flag flying from the stern.

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Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation
Wikipedia: Verizon Building
Wikipedia: Brooklyn Bridge

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7 Responses to Project Looking Through

  1. Mark says:

    Great view of a place I’ve never been. I’ll bet this isn’t on the traditional tourist’s agenda, and I like that. Thanks for joining PLT.

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  2. photowannabe says:

    Nice creative shot Annula. I like how you approached this project.

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  3. MaryBeth says:

    Nice shot. I just took a picture of the view through a bridge–only just because I wanted too. I may have to look into this “Project looking through”. MB

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  4. Carletta says:

    This shot is awesome – I really loved it once I enlarged it!

    Thanks for coming by and leaving such kind remarks.

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  5. Cool shot! It does have that peek-a-boo feeling.

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  6. Olivier says:

    un superbe projet je trouve.

    A wonderful project I think.

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  7. Lori says:

    That’s a really cool shot. Very artistic I think. It does change our perspective on things when looking through something else. Good idea!

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