I realize I have moved from one of the most walkable cities to a city that is more of a driving city. Walking is an important way of seeing a space. Walking in DUMBO under the Brooklyn Bridge you really think about the structure of the bridge and what it is bridging. It is a link from Manhattan to Brooklyn. A place for people to run, walk congregate, and marvel at New York City. Sometimes while on the bridge I thought about the lives lost in making the structure. The human bodies that were now actually a part of the the bridge. It's a morbid thought. We speak of financial and educational hubs in a city, but bridges and infrastructure seems equality important in considering and studying urban spaces. I have a mugs from Fishs Eddy called 'Bridge and Tunnel' and every time I look at them I remember the droves of people coming from Jersey and the Outer Boroughs to the City to work. I think about what would happen without these structures. Who would work in Manhattan? Just people rich enough to afford the $5,000- 50,000 monthly charges for rent in the city? I'm not sure if this is what I am supposed to say in this journal, these thoughts are often passing and very trivial, but this is what came to mind so I wrote it.