Shapes and shadows from common iron fences line Brooklyn’s sidewalks. Notice them!
What detail you can see from a zoomy lens and a Manhattan rooftop garden!
This is the High Bridge Watertower, which this Untapped Cities article discusses in more detail than I am able.
George Washington slept here.
According to the New York Post he watched the battle of Washington Heights here. This elm tree is “The Dinosaur,” at 300+ years old — one of NYC’s oldest.
Forget the hipster donuts you can find at street fairs and in expensive neighborhoods… these classics from Peter Pan Bakery are the best.
Summer has long since passed, but the memory of her vibrant green lawns remain. A favorite sitting spot: Gantry Plaza State Park.
This pretty well speaks for itself; this building was named for Geraldine Ferraro in 2009.
So many icons come together here for one mural near the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn.
One of my friends and I have this little game where when we see a piece of clothing that is tubular in shape, we hold it up and ask, “Shirt, dress, or skirt?”
This is a shirt, but not. It looks like it’s just beads strung together on string with no fabric backing. Does that make it a necklace, by definition?
It’s challenging to call this a feral cat, because it’s more like a cat that runs a neighborhood. It’s a neighborhood cat resting in its usual spot.
Here’s one of those quick-succession cats I promised. This mini-lion lives in a shop in Park Slope.