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The Most Beautiful Places in Upstate New York

Manhattan Bridge from Dumbo streets, in Brooklyn, New York. The pillar of the Bridge is so impressive... I tried to relate it with the street around... and the rain gave some ambient to the image... | By Alberto Mateo, Travel Photographer.

Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn, New York

Manhattan Bridge seen from Dumbo Streets in Brooklyn. The pillar of the Bridge is so impressive. I tried to relate it with the street around. and the rain gave some ambient to the Image by: Alberto Mateo, Travel Photographer.

The George Washington Bridge is a 4,760-foot bridge connecting upper Manhattan’s Washington Heights to New Jersey. Completed and opened to traffic in October 1931, the suspension bridge towers 604 feet over the surface of the Hudson River below. It carries more than 106 million vehicles each year, making it the world's busiest motor vehicle bridge. In 1981, the bridge was designated as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

The George Washington Bridge . connecting Washington Heights in Manhattan to Fort Lee in New Jersey *** This bridge has frightened me worse than another, so many lanes, so many cars!

The view of Manhattan from Dumbo

10 Best Things to Do in Dumbo, Brooklyn

Rainbow Falls_Watkins Glen State Park, New York This place is usually filled with people. The best time to take photos without anybody in the pictures is at 7 am before sunrising. Plus, you don't need to pay the $8 entrance fee. waterfalls_pool_stone_bridge

Rainbow Falls_Watkins Glen State Park, New York This place is usually filled with people. The best time to take photos without anybody in the pictures is at 7 am before sunrise waterfalls_pool_stone_bridge

"Waiting at the bridge" Brooklyn Bridge, NYC . by Moeys Photography, via Flickr

Brooklyn Bridge, New York City. Walking across this bridge is one thing that should be on everyone's bucket-list

White wrought iron bridge with curved uprights.  Often called "Gothic Bridge" because of its reference to Gothic design, it is officially known as Bridge No. 28, Central Park, NYC

White wrought iron bridge with curved uprights. Often called "Gothic Bridge" because of its reference to Gothic design, it is officially known as Bridge No.

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