Red Molly’s Pictures of New York #2

So here we are at our second installment of Red Molly’s Pictures of New York.    Unlike the first installment, where the pictures were taken over the course of a month or so, these were all taken on the same day, when we went for a walk on the Greenway.

The Marina at the end of Dyckman Street, taken from Fort Tryon Park.

The Marina at the end of Dyckman Street, taken from Fort Tryon Park.

That marina is one of the things that has made Inwood fashionable in a way it never was before.  Until recently, it was just an extension of Washington Heights.  Before that, it was a working-class Irish and Jewish neighborhood.  Now, all the young up-and-coming people are moving in here, diners are turning into upscale restaurant/nightclubs, and improvements are being made that probably never would have been if this neighborhood was still poor.

A path in Fort Tryon Park

A path in Fort Tryon Park

The George Washington Bridge, Taken from Fort Tryon Park

The George Washington Bridge, Taken from Fort Tryon Park

The George Washington Bridge, Taken from 181st Street

The George Washington Bridge, Taken from 181st Street

The George Washington Bridge taken from the path along the Hudson

The George Washington Bridge taken from the path along the Hudson

More to come.  Stay tuned.

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