Saturday, July 5, 2008

New York City Waterfall Display

Riverside Drive with a view of New Jersey

Riverside Drive looking out to the George Washington Bridge

Tour Boat taking people to see the waterfalls

Waterfalls under the Brooklyn Bridge
Boardwalk at Southport



I went in to the New York City last week and decided to stop and see the waterfallsthat have been put up. The one under the Brooklyn Bridge, along with the three others, can be seen for free just by going to the waterfront on Southport. The Circle Line offers free tours of the waterfalls, and it was so much fun to see this display of art.

We drove down Riverside Drive before going to see the falls; I couldn’t believe how lush with greenery the city was. It truly was beautiful; there were so many parks, and the sights to see.



New York has so many different facets to it; I can’t see anyone getting bored or not finding something to do. Just when you think you‘ve seen or know it all, there is always something else.



The last picture is a sunset of New York City taken from Java Street in Brooklyn. (As a young child I lived on this street.)




“One could never know what lies just beyond their reach, it is never what you think, and there is always a different twist to the reality that your mind thought. Never the less it is still fun to reach.”

LuLu Borealis

July 5, 2008

5 comments:

Dancing Monkey Jewelry said...

New York really does have it all - who would have thought water falls. :)

I haven't made it to New York yet - but it's on my list. Hopefully next year.

Cards By Jenna said...

Beautiful photos! Love your jewelry too!

Just wanted to stop by and say hello. I found your blog link in the etsy forums.

:-) Jenna

www.cardsbyjenna.etsy.com

Rosebud Collection said...

What beautiful pictures..Being born on north shore of Long Island and when I was young lived in the city..it is always fun to see pictures. Your right, there is so much to do..

Felicia said...

Beautiful :)

Becca Nelson said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! Great photos, fun blog!