Capture the unique architecture of one of Manhattan's most well-known bridges. Use a model and play with light, shadows and the intricate metal beams to create your own live-action photo op.
Wide-angle lens (24mm)
Prop (e.g. a soccer ball)
How to get there
N40° 42' 46.5012"W73° 58' 13.3284"
This image was taken on the Williamsburg Bridge Pedestrian Path, which connects Manhattan to Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I was on the side of the bridge with traffic heading east towards Williamsburg, but faced west towards Manhattan.
In Manhattan, the bridge is located at the corner of Delancey St. and Clinton Street. The closest subway station is Delancey Street via the F train. The bridge and pedestrian path are southeast of the station.
If you're in Brooklyn, the bridge can be accessed by the JMZ trains. Stop at Marcy Ave The bridge and pedestrian path are northwest of the station.
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