As winter gray rules the sky, a young family walks quickly down the sidewalk, Anxious to retreat from looming rain. First drops make contact – mom’s footsteps quicken. Facinated by the fat splat to his forehead the toddler breaks the pace.
As we drove home from our escape to the mountains this evening, we noted the throng of pedestrians walking onto the Brooklyn Bridge. The setting sun was the draw. That huge setting sun was a blaze of orange, just sitting at the waters edge. This made for specular views on approach to the bridge while driving. I have never noticed the sun this size before. Too busy not looking up, I guess. I’m not sure what caused it, but it was a sight to behold three days before Christmas!
well, digging through my stash of doors I found this gem for Norm’s Thursday Doors this week. To be honest, I don’t remember where I took this one. I think it was in Manhattan on the lower east side. But, I am loving it! Check out the window flower box on the ledge above, cute, right!
The Mantauk Club in Park Slope Brooklyn
A private school downtown Brooklyn
The view from the back of the is house is off the Promonade and a spectacular close up view of Manhattan
Photos taken in Skagway Alaska. The number on this building is not necessarily the street address but rather, the year it was built. This place is amazing!!
For Norm’s Year End Thursday Doors recap. To see what others have done go here