Here are some more photos from my recent expedition to Mill Island, Mill Basin, and Kings Plaza. Click any thumbnail to enter the slideshow.
The Avenue U entrance to Kings Plaza.
The Kings Plaza marina from across Mill Basin.
A suburban Key Food.
Dilapidated marina behind Avenue U.
Here’s its modern brother.
The side of an abandoned stand …
… that moved to Avenue T.
An old awning flies in the wind.
Comfort, overlooking the basin?
Universal behind some flags.
An entryway into the Home Depot.
A peephole through the rusted fence.
If you don’t like your boat, scratch off the registration numbers and sink it.
To be sure, throw a concrete block on top.
I saw this in Paerdegat Basin – birds drop shells on the dock to get them open.
I snuck down on this concrete area – but decided not to jump to the dock.
Lyrics from Ingrid Michaelson’s “You and I” scrawled inside the Kings Plaza parking garage.
Graffiti on a window in the parking-garage stairwell.
Mill Basin and the Marine Parkway Bridge.
Harley takes pictures from the top of the parking garage.
How do you want to get out?
Lowe’s and Home Depot, side by side.
Want a Corvette?
Harley looks at an annotated map of southern Brooklyn.
A Chabad Lubavitch Mitzvah Tank.
Abandoned, rusted-over building.
This truck hasn’t moved in quite some time.
Baseball field at Lindower Park.
The Lunchonette – unfortunately, closed.
The side of the Red’s building.
Harley holds up an old cable.
Cattails, growing on what must be a wet area.
The back of a dry-cleaner’s, graffiti everywhere.
Step to the Wu.
“Warning: Patrolled Area”
Midwest meets South.
Fire hydrant at the end of a street.