Image From Roosevelt Island's Southtown Looking North Towards Manhattan East River Views
Turned out to be a beautiful Springlike morning and afternoon but you never would think that from the heavy fog early this morning that made much of Roosevelt Island and New York City East River waterfront disappear.
Image From Roosevelt Island's Southtown Looking Towards Queens East River Views
The Roosevelt Island Twitter-verse adds:
#letsgetfoggy @ Roosevelt island bridge instagr.am/p/R7rcJtwSQK/
— Torsten Gross (@torstenfgross) November 12, 2012
Where's Manhattan? #fog #manhattan #nyc @ Roosevelt Island instagr.am/p/R7lAxpuFRs/
— Sean Dot (@ImAlwaysGood) November 12, 2012
Qns Bridge has disappeared. #fog @ Roosevelt Island instagr.am/p/R7e0JLFaHM/
— Emily (@3milyGH) November 12, 2012
Foggy morning commute on the Roosevelt Island tram twitter.com/RxPhotog/statu…When the fog cleared, here's what the view of NYC East River Skyline looked like from Roosevelt Island.
— Courtney C (@RxPhotog) November 12, 2012