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Sunday, September 16, 2012

I took my bike on the ferry to Governors Island where I found some new vistas of Manhattan to photograph.

This image shows lower Manhattan in the center, the financial district of Jersey City on the left, and the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges on the right.  The Panorama was assembled from five photos taken with a Nikon D800, and as a result the final image file is very large at 250mb.


In this view and the two below I juxtaposed scenes on the island with the city or Statue of Liberty in the background.



The facade of the Battery Maritime Building where the ferry leaves for Governors Island.  It is a Beaux-arts style building constructed of wrought and cast iron in 1909.

Yes, Manhattan really is an island.

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