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🙂
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.
A building I passed by in Sheepshead Bay, I think. Had to Google it for the name. Very different!
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lightning and thunder
marauding through the night skies
on the heels of spring
in the morning sky
dozens of returning geese –
spring rounds the corner
From my archives April, 2017. Taken off the pier in my neighborhood. It was a pair of them. Wonder if they stay together for life!?
This is on E52…in Manhattan. On the other side of the street is St Patrick’s Cathedral.
This was on Chambers St across from the Court House just off the Brooklyn Bridge. The were doing some work in there
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That’s all for this week.
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Taken yesterday morning at the pier. Mine were the only foot prints in the snow.
On my walk a few days ago I saw this on a sidewalk. It looked recent, but it wasn’t. This is an image with deep grooves. It looks like someone had taken the time to do this while the concrete was still wet. Usually, when I see these, it amounts to a stained imprint. This wasn’t that.
there it was
living a life held in time –
a once lively sprig