Ever so slightly can you see the Manhattan skyline peek out from the shadows. I waited a long time for the sunshine on this day.
I do not know who lives here, and I won’t give specifics on the location for the privacy of this home’s occupants, but this is how it is in Brooklyn. Signs show love for everyone, because that’s just how we are in these parts.
I go to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade all the time. It’s on my way home each day and it gives me a generally-calm place to appreciate my life.
Here we see Millennials posing for what are likely to be Instagram or Snapchat stories in the shadow of the Empire State Building.
Dogs are everywhere in the city, especially (I think) the more residential areas of Brooklyn. This guy watched me through the window of a coffee shop while I texted with a friend.
He left before I could pet him.
I like my beaches serene; Coney Island isn’t that. But no matter.
Go to the end of Steeplechase Pier near sunset and watch the sky shift through colors to black while the lights of the attractions glow.
It’s anything but serene, despite this image, but it’s worth your time.