This gallery contains 19 photos.
Due to my running (and associated unwillingness to stop often), my available pool for this trip is smaller than usual. I’d like to think that, as a result, the photos are of a higher – or at least more amusing … Continue reading
Tagged basketball, Brooklyn photos, churches, East Flatbush, Farragut, firehouses, Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College, Flatbush Gardens, IRT Nostrand Avenue Line, Paerdegat Park, plastic slip covers, proselytizing, Vanderveer Estates, Week 30 - Farragut
This gallery contains 13 photos.
It’s hard to believe that over a month has passed since Hurricane Sandy struck the area. My friend Anne sent me some photos she took of Prospect Park in the days after the storm, and she was kind enough to … Continue reading
This gallery contains 35 photos.
Thanks to Forgotten New York for helping me to identify many of the sights in this gallery, particularly the giant red “R”. (I love the line “anyone who uses the word ‘nabes’ should be locked in a room with rabid opossums”; … Continue reading
Tagged Brooklyn, Brooklyn photos, Buttermilk Channel, cranes, Erie Basin, faded writing, Fairway, IKEA, NYPD Auto Pound, photos, Red Hook, Statue of Liberty, The Shining, wall art, Week 25 - Red Hook, weeping willows, World Trade Center
This gallery contains 18 photos.
I didn’t take an overwhelming number of pictures on my trip to Plumb Beach, Dead Horse Bay, and Breezy Point, so this week’s gallery is smaller than usual.
Tagged Barren Island, Breezy Point, broken glass, Brooklyn, Brooklyn photos, Dead Horse Bay, Floyd Bennett Field, Jacob Riis Park, Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge, photos, Plumb Beach, Queens, Rockaway, Week 23 - Plumb Beach
This gallery contains 38 photos.
Of most interest to me in this week’s collection: the two buildings not flush to the street. Were these poorly built, or did they face an ancient road at one point? One oversight I realized while putting this together: I didn’t take … Continue reading
This gallery contains 32 photos.
This installment features a few awful uses of space, a few examples of wall art, and a few religious houses. And, of course, a few shoes hanging from wires.
Tagged Brooklyn, Brooklyn photos, City Line, Conduit Boulevard, opened fire hydrants, Ozone Park, photos, Queens, shoes on a wire, wall art, wastes of space, Week 21 - City Line