By Gail Miyasaki, Rafu Craft Editor
Photos by Tommy and Gail Miyasaki

One of NYC’s most historic landmarks is the Brooklyn Bridge. When it opened in 1883, 150,000 people crossed over this expansive suspension bridge connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. Tommy and I walked the 1.1 miles above vehicular traffic and the East River, taking photos from all angles and overhearing a potpourri of languages, as we all marked time that October day.
To read more about Gail Miyasaki’s Brooklyn Bridge walk, click here.

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