New York City bridges get a lot of photographic attention. The contrast of the dense, concrete and steel buildings next to a wide open body of water, spanned by a single bridge is photographic composition heaven. Some are more focused on than others, but for the most part, the bridges are usually shot in the daylight. For something a little different, here are some great shots of a few of our bridges, shot at night. For more information on the photos or the photographer, please click through the link below each photo.
via Untapped Cities
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