QUEENSBORO BRIDGE ROOSEVELT ISLAND FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY PRINT

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Our Queensboro Bridge Roosevelt Island, New York City Fine Art Photography Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. FREE SHIPPING.

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Our Queensboro Bridge Roosevelt Island, New York City Fine Art Photography Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paperFREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

Deborah Julian prints exclusively in her workshop. Signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse. Ships USPS within two days. Sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending or wrinkles. All sales 100% satisfaction guaranteed with full refund. (See our refund policy.)


A tranquil view of New York City, looking down the East River toward lower Manhattan and the historic Queensboro Bridge. Gulls relax along the river’s edge on Roosevelt Island.

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About the Queensboro Bridge Roosevelt Island Fine Art Print

Queensboro Bridge East River, a fine art perspective  seldom visited even by New Yorkers. Gulls perch on the seawall on an a rocky strip separated from both Manhattan and Queens by the tides of the East River. The Queensboro Bridge borders the Manhattan skyline, the cables for the Roosevelt Island Tram running parallel.

“I shot this virtually in my backyard. The view is always changing, though. This is one of the quiet moments between tides at dusk with no Circle Line Cruises or Tankers splitting the water, just the birds appreciating the stillness you find few other places in New York.” Photographer Deborah Julian

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The Queensboro Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens in New York City. The bridge is named after the Queensboro Bridge Commission, which was headed by William F. Sheehan. The bridge opened on March 30, 1909.

On the Manhattan side, it’s also known as the 59th Street Bridge.

The Queensboro Bridge is one of four bridges that connect Manhattan to Queens. The other three are the Brooklyn Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, and the Triborough Bridge.

The Queensboro is one of the most heavily trafficked bridges in New York City. It carries over 200,000 vehicles a day.

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