Thursday Doors – Sag Harbor

I spent the Saturday two weeks ago out in Sag Harbor on Long Island. It was quiet, quaint, lush, oceanfront and 10 degrees cooler than it was in Brooklyn at a breezy 81 degrees. Now I know why folks from Manhattan flock there during the summer. It seemed to be a place where the ocean breeze rules. And passion fruit and coconut donuts from Grindstone Coffee & Donuts. I’d take a ride back out there any time for those🙂. Just get one or two, because however many you get, you’re gonna eat ’em!

Old Whalers Church since 1844
Details of the archetecture.

I am not going to pretend to know what type it is, but boy, was it good to look at!!

We stopped off at one of the beaches.
And then another
The Windmill. My first. This is a visitors center, it had something to do with sailing

This (the last 5 photos), is what it looked like on the inside

For Thursday Doors over at No Facilities with Dan. To see others go here

https://nofacilities.com/2021/06/17/spring-leftovers/

A Complex Legacy

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This rise of incivility, hate mongering, and inhumane acts have settled in. It’s sowing itself into our fabric. I worry it’s a stain not easily removed.

a complex legacy

inhumane circumstances
normalized for too long

cotton fields
bloom with the DNA
of my ancestors

Pat R

4/22/19

For dVerse Poets Pub where the prompt is “Rise”. Stop by and do some reading or join in here.

&

NaPoWriMo Day 22

 

 

Museum

MUSEUM night shot

 

MUSEUM

the hallowed halls of knowledge

on generations of ancestors

bridging the gap between centuries

houses esthetics that nourishes the soul

preserver of documented human activity in time

a retreat where the mind can escape to another era

where one can put one’s self into sceneries

and let the imagination roam

PR

8/21/2014

#16

Photo is a night shot of the Brooklyn Museum, in the foreground is the entrance to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden