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Brooklyn Navy Yard Devevelopment Corporation


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Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance


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Web References(6 Total References)


City of Water Day | WaterfrontAlliance

www.waterfrontalliance.org [cached]

Photography by Bernie Ente and Paul Margolis.
Bernie Ente, Photographer Brooklyn Navy Yard Devevelopment Corporation


Heroes of the Harbor | WaterfrontAlliance

waterfrontalliance.org [cached]

Thank you to our wonderful photographer, Bernie Ente.


WaterWire

www.waterfrontalliance.org [cached]

Brilliant Photographer, Waterfront Advocate Bernard Ente, a gifted photographer whose images of the metropolitan waterfront graced many a web site and publication, died on April 8.
A vital member of the boards of the Newtown Creek Alliance and the Working Harbor Committee, Mr. Ente was generous with his photographs, allowing their use by many organizations, including the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance. He can be seen here, narrating a documentary about Newtown Creek. Last year, the U.S. Postal Service dedicated a stamp to the State of New York that bore an image of the fireboat John J. Harvey rendered from one of Mr. Ente's photographs.


City of Water Day | WaterfrontAlliance

www.waterfrontalliance.org [cached]

Photography by Bernie Ente and Paul Margolis.
Bernie Ente, Photographer Brooklyn Navy Yard Devevelopment Corporation


Heroes of the Harbor | WaterfrontAlliance

waterfrontalliance.org [cached]

Thank you to our wonderful photographer, Bernie Ente.


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