Fresh Shots: George Washington Bridge Goes Pink 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

I reported two weeks ago here on The World According to Evan, the George Washington Bridge is, for the second year, “pink” for October to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Well, this evening, Monday, October 10, 2011, I decided to head up to the Fort Lee Historic Park for some photos. Personally, I think the partly cloudy sky and the presence of the moon added something to these shots. Here are some of them.

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

I see this shot as mildly artsy.

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

Notice the aircraft streak to the north of the New York tower in this shot.

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Oct 10, 2011

The George Washington Bridge will be green in November for the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts.

- Evan Bindelglass

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5 Responses to Fresh Shots: George Washington Bridge Goes Pink 2011

  1. Bobby zucco says:

    Can you tell me which holidays do they light up the towers on the bridge

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