Coastline Tour around Throgs Neck in the Bronx

School Trespassing Guard - Exif Data: 1/160sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

School Trespassing Guard – Exif Data: 1/160sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

I went on a bicycle tour along the Coastline of Throgs Neck in the Bronx and made some Street Photographs on my way. Starting from Cherry Tree Point i headed South along Shore Drive and Clarence Avenue.

Fixed Fence hole - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Fixed Fence hole – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

A collection of white things - Exif Data: 1/100sec - f/16 - ISO-800

A collection of white things – Exif Data: 1/100sec – f/16 – ISO-800

To the Beach Sign - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-140

To the Beach Sign – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-140

Amazon Box shipment on the beach - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-125

Amazon Box shipment on the beach – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-125

I discovered the Bronxonia Yacht Club which is located right next to next to the Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park.

Bronxonia Yacht Club Door Entry - Exif Data: 1/160sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Bronxonia Yacht Club Door Entry – Exif Data: 1/160sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman - Exif Data: 1/160sec - f/5.6 - ISO-125

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman – Exif Data: 1/160sec – f/5.6 – ISO-125

After driving along the concrete beach of the Edgewater Park Co-Op Colony I stopped and talked to Skip, a resident who is living over 40 years in his house right next to the quiet waters of the East River.

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-160

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-160

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-320

Park of Edgewater Skip the Sailorman – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-320

Park of Edgewater Service Car - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Park of Edgewater Service Car – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

Park of Edgewater Beach Ramp - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-125

Park of Edgewater Beach Ramp – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-125

I left the Park of Edgewater, crossed the Cross Bronx Expressway and headed further South towards Locust Point to find out that it is neither possible to cycle nor walk over the Throggs Neck Bridge.

Overdriven Cereals - Exif Data: 1/125sec - f/5.6 - ISO-160

Overdriven Cereals – Exif Data: 1/125sec – f/5.6 – ISO-160

Beautification Sign - Exif Data: 1/125sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Beautification Sign – Exif Data: 1/125sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

Garden Tools Truck - Exif Data: 1/125sec - f/5.6 - ISO-160

Garden Tools Truck – Exif Data: 1/125sec – f/5.6 – ISO-160

These Walls Under Video Serveillance - Exif Data: 1/125sec - f/5.6 - ISO-280

These Walls Under Video Serveillance – Exif Data: 1/125sec – f/5.6 – ISO-280

After visiting Locust Point I drove along Pennyfield Avenue and stopped for a delicious slice of Sicilian Pizza at Filomena´s.  Just on the opposite site I discovered the quietly Silver Beach Gardens. Here I rested a bit and enjoyed the panoramic views over the East River.

Private Silver Beach - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Private Silver Beach – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

I left Silver Gardens and talked to some local people on the Throgs Neck Little League sports field.

Sitting in front of a Swing Sign - Exif Data: 1/250sec - f/5.6 - ISO-125

Sitting in front of a Swing Sign – Exif Data: 1/250sec – f/5.6 – ISO-125

Hitting a Baseball inside the net - Exif Data: 1/250sec - f/5.6 - ISO-400

Hitting a Baseball inside the net – Exif Data: 1/250sec – f/5.6 – ISO-400

Throgs Neck Little League NO sign

Sportsman sitting on the lawn - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/7.1 - ISO-200

Sportsman sitting on the lawn – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/7.1 – ISO-200

A secret dedication to Miles Davis?

Miles and Davis Avenue Signs - Exif Data: 1/200sec - f/5.6 - ISO-100

Miles and Davis Avenue Signs – Exif Data: 1/200sec – f/5.6 – ISO-100

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