Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
This is not actually the Manhattan Bridge (it is Brooklyn Bridge), but I am standing on Manhattan Bridge to take this picture. When I entered the bridge, I wondered why there were no tourists at all, while Brooklyn Bridge is full of them (!). Once I had crossed about 25% of the bridge I got my answer - trains. There is a fluffin train crossing the bridge every 20 seconds. You know how loud trains can be when you stand right next to them, and I am not talking about the nice ICE ones that you can barely hear, I am talking transport trains that make you go insane!
After crossing about 60% of the bridge I really really did not wanna be there anymore - but the views compensated for this.
I recommend crossing Manhattan bridge if you have good headphones that can shield you a little from the noise - the views are stunning and you get something that most tourists do not get - a shot of Brooklyn Bridge! Oh, I would also like to thank the clouds and the one boat for the cooperation, I appreciate the support :D
This hallway can be found in the midst of Central park, at a place called the Bethesda Fountain. I was walking through this little hallway here with a violin player (well, he actually played the Chinese Eruh) in the back and the sunlight falling perfectly into the dark tunnel. The light created a beauty on these walls with its golden colour and its darker ornaments, I loved it! I would not have expected to find something like this in Central Park to be honest, but as I saw the place on the good old internet before, I just had to find it. Funny enough, while searching, I was standing ON TOP of the tunnel on the Bethesda Terrace, wondering why I can not find it, haha.
This picture has been taken in Amalfi, the town that gives the Amalfi Coast its name. Well, Amalfi is actually on the other side of me, hehe.
While I was waiting for the bus back to Sorrento, I spend some time walking around on the sea-side area and found this little spot here. The picture is a long exposure image, and I loved how the ladies on the bench do not move at all, while other people are completely blurred due to walking along. The sky was also pretty stunning with the touch of purple in the background. Sometimes simple is best :)