NYC Marathon Time Lapse from Verrazano
Written by Pats Papers | Monday, 8 November 2010 10:38 PM
It was a spectacular clear day for the ING New York City marathon on Sunday, and the MTA has the pictures to prove it. The transportation agency operates the Verazzano Narrows Bridge and it had a time-lapse camera set up as the runners got their start on Staten Island. A second angle shows the wave of runners as they had off to Brooklyn.
The beautiful high-resolution pictures are in the video clip below:
(Hat tip to @jennifergiroux for the link to the video)
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