Ward’s Island

Feb 11, 2021

Ward’s Island

This pedestrian bridge spans the Harlem River connecting Manhattan and Ward’s Island. The first bridge to the island dates from the early 19th century, though this bridge was built in the early 1950s. Its huge frame captured my imagination. Starkly outlined against the sky and developed in high contrast, the image of this otherwise simple bridge makes for a dramatic picture.

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One option that is available for all prints you buy from Chuck Strozier Photographs is that you may choose to have your picture framed. Here are some examples of the frames. I have taken care to work with a local crafts person who does expert framing to be sure the double matting matches the colors and hues in the picture itself and that the frame is specially chosen to create the best possible effect for the photograph. You can be assured of satisfaction with the result. It will arrive ready to hang on the wall or above your mantle!