In Brooklyn, a Celebration of Spring

On the first full warm day of spring, it’s been my tradition for the past few years to take a long walk through the Brooklyn waterfront , starting up North in Williamsburg and roving down as far as my walking feet could take me.

Each year (see past exploration) I keep the same path and try to pass through the same blocks to see how the city has changed (or not) and to understand the culture, vibe and the moods of its people.  

An extensive new campaign for Lacoste being painted
A gate on a gate, upon a gate
Chief fixer at a bike shop
Russ & Daughters location at Brooklyn Navy Yard, is a best-kept secret
A quick lunch with lox on bagels
Cafe Gitane, on a quiet street in Sugar Hill
The almighty Manhattan Bridge
Grabbing espresso at Arabica Coffee
Italian tourists at the Ferry ticket machine, trying to read the smallest display in the world
A new walking bridge connects Brooklyn Bridge Park and Brooklyn Heights
Protest signs in Brooklyn Heights
Happy Easter!

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