CONNECTIONS

While the iconography of NYC bridges is synonymous with a dynamic people stretching past their natural limitations, some connections don’t necessarily evoke a bustling metropolis.  A rough-hewn stepped archway connects a riverside home to Palisade Avenue in the Bronx, while the Henry Hudson Bridge connects leafy Spuyten Duyvil to the last natural forest of ancient Manhattan, Inwood Hill Park.

Views of a Palisade Avenue residence (above) and Henry Hudson Bridge (below), both brought to you by John Sicoli.