Bernews Photos Displayed In Times Square, NY

July 30, 2014

Three photos from Bernews ‘Photo of the Day’ series were featured on digital billboards in Times Square, New York last week after having been selected as part of the SeeMe photography and art competition, which allows artists from around the world to have their world displayed in the iconic location.

William Etundi Jr., founder and CEO of SeeMe, said that “showing art in a space traditionally ruled by commercial interests could be liberating for artists and the exhibition of their work.

“It doesn’t have to be in a gallery, which can be kind of alienating for a lot of people,” he said. “It can be fun, it can by dynamic and it can be very public.”


Bernews photographer John Manderson — the photographer behind our “Photo of the Day” series — said he was “thrilled” to have Bermuda’s beauty highlighted in the iconic Times Square.

Our “Photo of the Day” series is designed to highlight some of the island’s most beautiful locations, and is available 7-days a week on our Facebook page and Twitter page, as well as both the morning and evening editions of our daily newsletters, which you can sign up for by clicking here.

The three photos that were displayed in Times Square are below:




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  1. Expect Nothing But The Best says:

    Bernews, your reputation just keeps getting better and better.

    Continue with the good work all around.

    Congrats to your staff and the photographer(s)

  2. somuchless says:

    The Tourism board could learn a few things from Bernews, seriously.

  3. Tough Love says:

    Always great pictures Bernews! Just exemplary!

  4. Bermy says:

    John takes fabulous photos!

  5. Bernews says:

    Thank you Bermy, Tough Love, Somuchless, and Expect Nothing But The Best :-)

  6. Kindley says:

    What beach is picture #2?

    • Ms. Poli Tician says:

      9 Beaches, Daniels Head? See the cabanas on stilts to the left? I think that’s where it is, but I stand to be corrected.