Night Fog Descends on the George Washington Bridge

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

On Friday, September 23, 2011, we were forecast to get torrential rain. It definitely rained, but it didn’t seem like quite that much from my vantage point. What I did see from my vantage point was some pretty neat night fog over the George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee, and part of Upper Manhattan.

I used a tripod (of course) and each photograph was taken with an 8-second shutter time. To add steadiness, I use a 2-second timer so that when the shutter opens, I’m not touching the camera.

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

The George Washington Bridge is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Manhattan is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Manhattan is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Manhattan is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Manhattan is seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Headlights and tail lights on River Road in Edgewater are seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

Headlights and tail lights on River Road in Edgewater are seen from Fort Lee, NJ - Sep 23, 2011

– Evan Bindelglass

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2 Responses to Night Fog Descends on the George Washington Bridge

  1. These are wonderful. I love the soft effect of the fog. 🙂

  2. Pingback: New Color Coming to the George Washington Bridge | The World According to Evan

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