Statue Of Liberty Ferry

Statue Of Liberty Ferry & Ellis Island Ferry

A photo of New York City from the Statue of Liberty/ Ellis Island Ferry. When visiting the Statue of Liberty in New York, the ferry ride offers some unique photo opportunities. The views from the ferry are sometimes better than the views on Liberty Island. As the Statue of Liberty ferry passes Ellis Island and approaches lower Manhattan, the city seems to get larger and engulf you. As a photographer, the instinct to keep shooting and trying to capture the perfect image take over.

The Statue of Liberty Ferry and Liberty Island Ferry can be one great New York Photography location if you go at the right time. The best time to photograph the Statue of Liberty from the Statue of Liberty ferry is probably as the sun is starting to set. The sun setting behind the Statue of Liberty from the Statue of Liberty ferry is a prize photograph for New Yorkers and tourist alike.

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Daniel A. Norman

Daniel A. Norman (born 1980) is a visual artist and photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Daniel is currently working on a New York Street Photography project. Daniel's work is held in corporate and private collections and has been exhibited internationally.