The Brooklyn Bridge is the oldest suspension bridge in the U.S., completed in 1883. It was the longest in the world until 1903. It has both vehicular and pedestrian access and is beloved by New York City residents.
It connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn and spans the East River.
It was declared a historic landmark in 1964 and was designed by a German immigrant, John Augustus Roebling, who never saw its completion. While studying the site he sustained a crushed foot injury and died after gangrene set in a short time later.
Shot with a Kodak 6490 at auto exposure and 3x zoom.