in a lazy sway
in a lazy sway
This one is in Brooklyn.
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These are from earlier this summer. Huge projections of Van Gogh’s work was the makeup of this exhibit (onto full walls and floors). One of the coolest things I’ve done in the city!
A video of the event A bit long, but it gives a pretty good idea of what went on. Enjoy!
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An honest to goodness log cabin built in the 1930s, it used to be an ice cream parlor and luncheonette, now it belongs to Fillmore Real Estate.
The Packer Collegiate Institute is a day school for Pre-K through 12 in Brooklyn. A really nice looking building. Wonder what its like on the inside? Probably very well kept. It looks like money.
The row is my fave this week
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We met on my morning walk. He was unmoved by my presence. I was about four feet away. Eventually, I walked away.
I forget how many floors this one had. Love the details here.
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I was across town in Park Slope this past Monday where I got these shots! Home owners are forever sprucing up over there, well kept!
This one is my fave this week🙂.
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I wonder if he ran away from home. I had a cat that did that. Twice!!
For Wordless Wednesday
I think this was a church…no names out front though.
Got busted taking this one on Sunday. “Miss! Miss! Why are you taking pictures of my house?” “Because, I LOVE YOUR DOOR!!!!”
Then there were smiles all around and a conversation as to its age. Sounds new enough, they got it unvarnished at Home Depot.
I have to go back to this street. Every home on this block is a sprawling victorian. And I mean, sprawling!! There are pockets of them around Brooklyn
It seems everyone on this block was sprucing up for spring!
Well, this wasn’t supposed to be a part of anything. This is a photo I took so I could remember where I was parked😀. But they are handsome houses.
I wanted to touch, tap it maybe to see if it was metal or stone. But the worker and the person that seemed to be the owner were standing there. Next time.
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