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Before and during the 4th of July fireworks on the East River from Brooklyn Heights Advertisements
Marine Park, Brooklyn When I was a kid this was a dumping ground for abandoned cars and boats…..some parts of New York City do get better.
remain: to be left after the removal, loss, destruction, etc., of all else car Gerritsen Creek art installation? Gerritsen Creek barge Luyster’s Creek table legs Bushwick heart-shaped tree Forest Park
The neighborhood of Wallabout was recently designated as a landmark district largely because it contains one of the greatest concentration of remaining pre-Civil War wood-frame houses in NYC. Amongst the well maintained houses on Vanderbilt Avenue, just south of the … Continue reading
Only time for a quick stop, a hot dog from Nathan’s Famous and a brief look around…. starlings hope to share my lunch…. a new ride…. next to the old, and beloved, ChaCha’s…. not much left on the Bowery…. the … Continue reading
reflections in the lily pond
The Newtown Creek has been one of the most polluted waterways in NYC for over 150 years. “Newtown creek for many years has been a source of nuisance. It receives the contents of several of the large sewers of Brooklyn … Continue reading
Doorways in Prospect Lefferts and Crown Heights
The old 75th precinct (formerly the 153rd) on Liberty Ave. when it was new c.1890 and now The building served as a church in the 1970’s, but has been abandoned ever since then. archival photo from police n.y.
miller ave., a photo by dppuchol on Flickr.