Blush

I live near a pier. The only activity here is from the locals – a virtual united nations. No boats, no ferries and that is a good thing.

People come out to fish. But I’ve come to realize that this is less about fishing, and more about community. They come out for sunrise, sunsets and in between, picnics and barbecues on days spent by the water.

People are just people. And when we allow for that, we’re all the better for it.

sunrise off the pier

a very picturesque blush-

here, the earth meets sky

Pat

8/04/22

For Word Craft with Colleen where the prompt is “taste the rainbow” to read more about it go here.

Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This is a brownstone in Park Slope. I wonder if the owner did that themselves. Can you imagine living here as a kid. Must be like living in a story book🙂

Another shot.

Built in 1876..A Reformed Church. A small church. I’ve never been inside, pass it all the time. I read there is an interesting organ in there.

Venetian Condominiums

A building I passed by in Sheepshead Bay, I think. Had to Google it for the name. Very different!

Pat

4/7/22

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This is my favorite this week. The details on this I’ve never noticed before.
Looks like it needs a little love but is a beauty just the same
Love the round look of this one. Windows everywhere. The light inside must be awesome.
I like this even though I’m not a fan of brown.
Feels like a castle. It’s been there for a while, this one. The Imperial Apartments on Bedford Avenue were built in 1892

This the elevator door to SUNY Optometry, University Eye Center on 42nd St in Manhattan.
These last two are on 42nd St also, next to Cipriani (a fancy restaurant) . Don’t know what this building, is but look at the details!!

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