Red Molly’s Pictures of New York #1

So I’m starting a new feature here at Dreams of the Shining Horizon.  Red Molly recently got a new phone, with a much better camera function than her old one.  Since then, she’s been taking pictures all around the city, whenever we go on walkabout, and it turns out that she not only has a good eye, but a talent for capturing moments and scenes that are uniquely New York.  So, without further ado:

Central Park, on the day of the New York City AIDS Walk

Central Park, on the day of the New York City AIDS Walk

The Cloisters, as seen from a path in Fort Tryon Park.

The Cloisters, as seen from a path in Fort Tryon Park.

New Jersey, as seen across the Hudson River from the West Side Greenpath

New Jersey, as seen across the Hudson River from the West Side Greenpath

An Overpass at 125th Street, Seen from Riverside Park

Henry Hudson Parkway Overpass at 125th Street, Seen from Riverside Park

Brooklyn Bridge, Seen from the East Side Greenpath

Brooklyn Bridge, Seen from the East Side Greenpath

Manhattan Bridge, Seen From the East Side Greenpath, same day, taken from under the Brooklyn Bridge

Manhattan Bridge, Seen From the East Side Greenpath, same day, taken from under the Brooklyn Bridge

Statue of Liberty, taken from shore at Battery Park

Statue of Liberty, taken from shore at Battery Park

A Bright Day At Coney Island

A Bright Day At Coney Island

Later installments will have specific dates on ‘em, but these photos are pretty much from the time she got the phone until the time I realized “Hey!  We might want to share these!”  Not really that much of a gap, since she only got the phone in May.  Hope you enjoyed.  More to come.

 

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