Jersey City Snapshots By Anthony Buccino
A photo ebook on Kindle
More than 200 color snapshots of Jersey City, New Jersey, from Pavonia/Newport to Paulus Hook, from Grundy Park to Grove Street, along the Hudson River from the Colgate clock to Exchange Place, Harborside and through neighborhoods that have no names.
Color photos are ideal for viewing on Kindle Fire, and bring you up close to New Jersey's second-largest city, its building boom and its broken ground.
Buccino, the writer who worked and walked these streets for nearly ten years, leaves words behind and speaks through the camera lens.
We see the commonplace wildlife, the glimmering structures and the grandeur of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center and the memorials erected in Jersey City.
This collection is ideal for fans of Jersey City, and folks who've always wanted to visit.
Don't have a Kindle eReader, just download a free reader to your PC and you'll be going through these color photos in a few minutes.
Having worked in Jersey City, N.J., during the 1999-2009 building boom, Anthony Buccino watched the development of the sites along the light rail, along the Hudson and saw new buildings spring up near and far.
During his lunch hour he'd often walk along the Hudson River waterfront. Some days he'd simply walk across town to see what there is to see. Jersey City Snapshots is a small cross section of the thousands of photos he shot during his walks.
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New Jersey author Anthony Buccino's stories of the 1960s, transit coverage and other writings earned four Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism awards. The Pushcart Prize-nominated writer has been called ' “New Jersey’s ‘Garrison Keillor” or something to that effect.’
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