Summer is too often a miserable time to make photographs around here. The light is exceedingly brilliant and intense leaving little latitude for subtlety. Of course, the adage has it that breakfast and dinner are the worst enemies of good outdoor photography, but they're also cherished times during this season when I have time away from work, so they're just going to have to remain in the schedule. The quieter light at the beginning and end of the day comes too early and too late for me. But, as summer wanes and the days get shorter with sunrise coming later, I'll be a lot happier about getting out to photograph. So...here's a photograph from February 22, 2000 that I've always been happy I made, but was never quite satisfied with. In the negative, the moon appears above the left side of the bridge. I have finally decided to crop it out (it's not been cloned away, the image has been cropped), and I'm much happier with the result. I was on the roof of a building on East 57th Street in Manhattan looking east into Queens. It's the 59th Street (Queensboro) Bridge.