Flowers and a Pony
Flower man sells plants from pony and wagon on Clinton Street in Cooble Hill in 1990.
Clinton Street between Kane and Degraw Stoops Doorways Windows Lines
Court Street Fireworks
Fireworks in Brooklyn's Carroll Gardens on the 4th of July 1991 light up two people atop church pillar when the Gotti's put on show on Court Street.
Warren Place Workingman's Cottages built in 1878-79 constructed in the Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne styles featuring arched dual doorways and arched windows, gabled entrances, stylized brick patterns, and iron grates for the windows as well as the front doors are a special hidden treasure in Cobble Hill.
Sugar Refinery by Moonlight
The old Domino Sugar Refinery by Moonlight as it is being dismantled in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
A beautiful building at the corner of third and 3rd by the Gowanus Canal sits alone as we await the construction of a Whole Foods Market beside it.
December 5, 2006 - Brooklyn Bridge Park comes alive every night from December 5, 2006, to January 7, 2007, with a special lighting show on the riverside of Empire Stores, and lighted artwork under the Manhattan Bridge.
Williamsburg bank building looms over courtyard of new condos on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn near Barclays Center
College Place carriage houses hidden off of Love Lane in Brooklyn Heights
College Place stables in Brooklyn Heights, New York
Christ Church Bell
Bell Tower of Christ Church on Clinton Street in Brooklyn, New York
Bubbles the clown talks on a pay phone on Smith Street in Brooklyn on his way to perform at a kids birthday party
James Gandolfini, Tony Soprano of the Sopranos, lights a cigar outside of Christ Church in Brooklyn during the filming of an episode.
Statue of General Philip Sheridan in Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn
Redwood Tree in Brooklyn
One of the few Redwod trees in Brooklyn sits outside a home on Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights
The Bead House
Wyckoff Street house decorated with murals from cut glass in Boerum Hill Brooklyn
Dogwood flowers frame a stoop on Clinton Street with brownstone stoops down the block.
A couple sits outside the Fall Cafe with their dog on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
Cristardi's Pizza Shop on President Street in Brooklyn, New York, in the mid-90s and is now a pharmacy.
Christmas lights adorn a front yard on First Place in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
Montague Street and Clinton Street signs in Brooklyn Heights
Love Lane in Brooklyn
Brownstones line Clinton Street as far as the eye can see in Cobble Hill Brooklyn
Historical Placque for the Brooklyn Excelsiors (baseball champions of the United States in 1860) at 133 Clinton Street, once the Jolly Young Bachelors clubhouse.
Queen Mary 2 on her first night in Red Hook Brooklyn at the new Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
The Ant with a Hat
The Ant by Xavier Roux at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn on opening night January 23, 2010.
The Invisible Dog begins
Lucien Zayan, director of The Invisible Dog, and Xavier Roux, The Conceptual One and creator of The Ant, with the steel framework for the legs at 51 bergen street in Brooklyn, NY
Lucien Zayan, director of The Invisible Dog
, and XAVIER ROUX,
The Conceptual One and creator of The Ant, with the steel framework for the legs at 51 bergen street in Brooklyn, NY
Christ Church Lightning Strike
Christ Church Bell Tower after Lightning Strike on July 26, 2012 on Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.
The Tiffany Windows of Christ Church on Clinton Street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, New York
Christ Church Tiffany
St Charles Borromeo
St Charles Borromeo atop church in Brookly Heights
THE DANISH SEAMEN’S CHURCH (Den Danske Sømandskirke), housed in a lovely brownstone with a ship’s bell in the front yard on Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights, is a religious, social and cultural center for New York’s Danes.
World Trade Center
Queen Mary 2
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