These Brooklyn photos have been lurking around and I haven’t managed to get them up on the blog for over a month!
Our fine April adventure started in Boerum Hill or Cobble Hill, I’m never sure exactly where one ends and the other begins:Next we drove to Van Brunt Street in Red Hook, where we went for a stroll after a great lunch at Fort Defiance. When I saw this shop doorstep, I wished I had a canine friend in tow.Next we stopped in at the newish dry dock liquor + wine and as luck would have it, there was a Saturday afternoon wine tasting.I’m always interested in slightly decaying old industrial buildings, especially ones made of brick! I love the shutters and the numbered entries on the Beard Street Warehouse, formerly W. Beard & Robinson Stores 1869 Geography’s never been my strong suit so I was surprised when we walked past the Fairway Market and all of a sudden the lady liberty popped into view.Last but not least, I was fascinated by these rusting street cars along the Red Hook waterfront. The windows were all long gone, so I was able to just stick the camera right inside and grab a shot!What’s also on the the list for our next trip to Red Hook? The Good Fork and Botanica.
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