STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO, series #4

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                                     SUNRISE BRIDGE 

4th  in the series  “THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO”

*About the series:

    I love taking pictures, nature is always poised, it’s my favorite subject to snap photos of. In this series I will post a  photo I’ve taken, tell you when, where and lots about the moment the photo shot was taken. I will try to convey the feeling/emotional state I was in which prompt me to take the picture. Also a new photo will be added to the series once a week…

comment on each post letting me know how the photo makes you feel, ways I can improve my skills and other photos you would like to see and read “THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO” of.

PHOTO STORY:

   Bridges, “only burn bad bridges, never know when you’ll need to cross again”.

this photo of the Manhattan bridge in New York City was taken at sunrise, while I was a passenger driving on the FDR eastside Manhattan. Even though I drove pass this location many mornings, it really took me by surprise that glorious day.  The light of the sunrise was so inviting, the way it complimented the structure, I had to take a photo. This photo brings back the feeling of the warmth of sunrise I felt that day every time I look at it. The sunrise bridge photo also reminds me of an old saying which I modified, “never burn bridges you’ve crossed, it may be needed again”.

 

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