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Beautiful picture of the bridge!
That would scare the crap out of me. Beautiful though.
A stiff what? lol
@ Kyooty, What, waking up at 4am or being alone on the Brooklyn Bridge?@ Denise. It was windy.
Oh wow, that's a first for me - I actually see the bridge :D
Great looking bridge and a great shot -- not sure I could manage 4 AM, but it would be worth the effort! Hope you have a great week, a later morning run, and no wind!Sylvia
good look fresh air good for runners
Great perspective in that shot, I've not seen the bridge like that before.
That's dedication but, what an experience to have the bridge to yourself...maybe that's worth the 4 a.m. wake up call! Beautiful photo, too.
You're keen.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Fantastic shot.. oh, the feeling of freedom!
i wish i have your dedication. great perspective.
Great picture of the bridge. But getting up at 4 AM? Daily?
@Jossie, only if I have a buzzy day ahead.
Awesome shot of the bridge and the sky is beautiful. I am up early to get ready for work but I admire that you get up so early to run.
That is one great picture of the bridge...you really captured it, in all of itsglory...on a clear day you can see forever.
Michael, that's a prize winning shot of the bridge
That must be something to be up there at that hour of the morning. The wind! I walk in Manhattan's Riverside Park, and the wind can be brutal. Must be intense up on the bridge.
How admirable to be so dedicated -- getting up at 4 in the morning! I can't even do that here in tropical weather. :-) Love the photo.
wow, I can't imagine carrying a camera while running.I really love the city early in the morning. It's quiet and you feel like you have it to yourself.
Being on the bridge, no matter what time.
You do not have to be nice!