New York on Sunday – From Hamilton Park, Weehawken, New Jersey

This Post contains 9 images, taken today, Sunday, 9/14/14

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A small gem of a park atop the Palisades.

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The view is awesome.

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Across the Hudson River, midtown and north. Note the new and very tall  “residential” skyscrapers now beginning to dominate the skyline to the left.

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Cruise ships berth right against Manhattan, as seen from Hamilton Park.

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A view slightly south: the Chrysler Building, left; Times Square area buried within, just to its right; and the Empire State Building. 

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Four miles down-river stands the Freedom Tower.

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This wide view shows the tower in lower Manhattan; Jersey City to the right; and lower pathways and view spots in the park (foreground.) Jeanne is talking to a friend, Linda, on the bench.

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Looking down river with my telephoto lens, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge is almost 12 miles to the south. Just beyond and left (out of sight,) the Atlantic Ocean.

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It was a nice day for a visit to this special little place.

Thanks for viewing, and as usual, comments are always welcome.

10 thoughts on “New York on Sunday – From Hamilton Park, Weehawken, New Jersey

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    1. Always a pleasure reading your posts. Did not realize you were principal in our neighboring Franklin Lakes. My wife was a teacher for many years in the Oakland School system before retiring a few years ago. She recalls a meeting or two in your school. M 🙂

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