Bridges, a Beautiful Cinematic Vignette of New York City Bridges on a Rainy Day

Filmmaker Coco Afable (previously) recently created this beautiful vignette of some of our City bridges on a rainy day.

They’re all beautiful and have different characteristics. Manhattan and Triboro bridges are very calm and quiet. Williamsburg, which is my favorite space, is very busy with local joggers and bikers. Somehow the space is strikingly very red and it feels like passing through a big red tube. View of Queensboro bridge from the tram above was beautiful. It didn’t occur to me that people use this tram as part of their daily commute, Eventhough I lived here for 4 years. What a great view on the way to work! Finally, there’s Brooklyn bridge, which was the hardest space to shoot. There are so many people passing through, mostly tourists. The combination of cement pillars and wooden pathways/planks makes it very beautiful at the same time harder to shoot.

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their three dogs. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time working from a treadmill desk at home.

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