Brooklyn, New York
Williamsburg Bridge – Framed 13×20
Spanning the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the Williamsburg Bridge is a suspension bridge dating to the late 1890’s. Its criss-crossing lines are exaggerated by a daring move by Alexander Nesbitt to climb high up in the structure and then shoot multiple frames that were later pieced together to form a very wide angle view. This digitized version is black and white, and is centered on a print sized 13×20, situated in a white mat and framed in a black gallery style frame. Frame may have very minor scratches.
Image size: 13×20
Frame dimensions: 20×26
Print edition number: 3/50