Thursday, March 30, 2006


This past Saturday a friend told me how it rained on her sister's wedding day so they had problems taking pictures outside and they ended up going to Grand Central. I never thought about this b/c all the places that I wanted to take pictures at are outdoors:
  • Staten Island Ferry (25 minute ride each way provides view of lower Manhattan's skyline and the Statue of Liberty, plus opportunities for the veil billowing in the wind)
  • Stone Street (for its quaint, cobblestone streets, proximity downtown and how it reminds me of European street cafes)
  • Noguchi's Red Cube? (not sure about this one but it provides a different, Modernist backdrop and it's red!)
  • Battery Park
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park and Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park for views of the Brooklyn Bridge at the foot of the bridge
  • Brooklyn Heights Promenade
  • Brooklyn Bridge (if we had time and energy, I'd like to walk the bridge for pictures right under the famous arches)
  • other cobblestone streets in DUMBO, which is close to Brooklyn Bridge
But what if it rains?! Winter Garden?

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