Little Red Lighthouse – George Washington Bridge NYC

“The Little Red Lighthouse, officially Jeffrey’s Hook Light is a small lighthouse on the Hudson River in New York City. It was made famous by the 1942 children’s book The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge by Hildegarde Swift, illustrated by Lynd Ward. The lighthouse stands on Jeffrey’s Hook, a small point of land that supports the base of the eastern pier of the George Washington Bridge, which connects the Washington Heights neighborhood in Manhattan to Fort Lee, New Jersey. The shoreline north and south of the lighthouse makes up Fort Washington Park.”
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Taken with the native iPhone 4s camera and edited with PhotoForge2.

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Free Shipping in My Society 6 Shop (ends May 12, 2013 at Midnight Pacific Time)

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Vertigo – George Washington Bridge NYC

Vertigo by damn_que_mala
Vertigo, a photo by damn_que_mala on Flickr.

This shot was actually chosen as the @_Made_In_NY Daily A.M. Feature yesterday, which was very exciting!!

Via Flickr:
Taken with the native iPhone 4s camera, edited in Dramatic B&W and Snapseed.

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Photo A Day 40/365

Photo A Day 40/365 by damn_que_mala
Photo A Day 40/365, a photo by damn_que_mala on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Native 4s cam. Edited in Dramatic B&W.

I know, I know… I skipped yesterday.
Shame on me.

“You couldn’t just slap it into place. You had to do it right, make the ivy fit.” ~ Stanley Katz

Via Flickr:
Native 4s cam, edited in Camera+ and Dramatic B&W.

I rarely to my abandoned shots in black and white because I feel that one of the most beautiful things about these locations &/or images are the detail and the colors.
Frankly, I chose to do this particular image in black and white simply because the shot itself was overexposed & it is a lot easier to put it in Black and White.
Overall, I’m pleased with the outcome BUT I definitely wish I could’ve presented it to you guys in color.