The Williamsburg Bridge is like a microcosm of the city. Originally a Polish and Eastern European neighborhood, Williamsburg is now varied and diverse and the Orthodox Jewish families stroll the bridge along with runners and hipsters and couples. The photos were all taken last month with a newly acquired Leica Q. Francesca Magnani http://www.francescamagnani.com
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