One of the most iconic features of New York next to the Empire State Building, the statue of liberty, Central Park, is definitely the Brooklyn bridge. A bridge I haven't visited in the four times I've been in New York City. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension (different construction) bridges and connects 2 out of the 5 boroughs of New York, being Brooklyn and New York City. A fun fact for the Dutch and New York citizens is that Brooklyn was named after Breukelen, a city in the Netherlands. Just like Harlem was named after Haarlem, another city in the Netherlands. Thanks to Maurits for being our walking wikipedia.
This time though Maurits and I didn't visit New York alone as our lovely photographer Annick came with us. So we decided that after the Tommy Hilfiger show we would shoot a look on this iconic bridge. It was incredibly crowded, the clouds looked dark and angry, but that was definitely one of the reasons the result of this shoot was something we are very happy about.
One of the most iconic features of New York
Photos by Annick Meijer