Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
If you have even just a little interest in photography, then you have heard of brilliant photographer Trey Ratcliff. He inspired a generation of people like me to get into photography - and I owe him a great deal of gratitude for this!
This has been taken in Vienna - great photowalk!
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.