A church in Park Slope. This photo is looking more lively than usual. Thanks to my new phone compliments of my daughter. I’m still trying to figure it ot.
Entrance to an apartment building that has been spruced up. Looks like even the inside of thr lobby has had a turn. This is as a result of all of Brooklyn becoming the new high rent district. It was not this perky looking before, I would’ve noticed.
This is the door to a stone church. One of those that has an old burial ground in its yard. A whole lot of history I’m sure. It’s located in an area that is now highly traveled by people and all manner of buses, cars and trucks. I barely got this pedestrian-free shot. It’s like a step back in time. A stark contrast to what goes on in the surrounding area.
And further down the block was this church. I got caught up in the compact-Ness (I’m pretty sure that’s not a word) of it and didn’t get a closeup of the door. On either side of this church are private homes. So it’s tucked in.