Would it have been possible to press more to your right and angle the camera more to the left to get a bit more of the QB's structural elements while still getting a good view of the train?
Thanks for your comments! You may be right about the composition, though it'd be easier to get more bridge with a 35mm instead of the 50mm used here. I tend to crop/compose tight and sometimes don't leave enough breathing space for the subjects.
Here's a little more of the bridge's structure in another shot from the gallery
You may know the Manhattan Bridge footpath which is a great viewpoint for the Brooklyn Bridge, though lacks the good views of passing trains:
Also, as a streetshooter who has spent an hour or more opposite such murals, on repeated days, waiting for just the right passerby to make the shot work, I am envious of your great shot of the graffiti mural. Was the pedestrian posed? Or was that expression really his spontaneous reaction to the mural?
Ah, the 'pedestrian' above is Jonathan Cohen, aka Meres One, artist and presiding spirit of 5 Pointz. He's in mid-speech. He subsequently gave a demo: