Walking Downtown along the Hudson River, Part 1

After an audition, I opted to walk down Hudson River Park from 55th St to WTC. I got a TON of images, so this part will only cover down to Chelsea Piers.

Taxi stop at the piers to start our walk.

Taxi stop at the piers to start our walk.

Passing by the Intrepid museum.

Passing by the Intrepid museum (we’ve covered this before).

An interesting building by 43rd St.

An interesting building by 43rd St.

Some fun sculpture int he tall grass.

Some fun sculpture int he tall grass.

Not open to the public yet, but a nice viewing station of the river.

Not open to the public yet, but a nice viewing station of the river.

This pier has seen better days.

This pier has seen better days.

Anyone need a cow head?

Anyone need a cow head?

Looking out to sea and seeing nothing but pier remnant.

Looking out to sea and seeing nothing but pier remnant.

That building has a lot of water towers.

That building has a lot of water towers.

That is a weird group of seats.

That is a weird group of seats.

More strange seats.

More strange seats.

I don't think that ferris wheel works.

I don’t think that ferris wheel works.

Wanna go for a ride?

Wanna go for a ride?

An interesting looking pier.

An interesting looking pier.

There was some fancy to do here, so getting this shot with minimal people was a trick.

There was some fancy to do here, so getting this shot with minimal people was a trick.

Tug boats are always fun.

Tug boats are always fun.

A rock garden by 23rd St.

A rock garden by 23rd St.

Picnic in the park.

Picnic in the park.

We made it to Chelsea Piers. So much further to go...

We made it to Chelsea Piers. So much further to go…

Next week: the rest of the walk. Some really nice images of sunlight and WTC.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel T5i with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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