A view from the end of the bar, No. 7 Restaurant, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. UFO car on Underhill Avenue, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. A view of the Municipal Building from Cardinal Hayes Place in Manhattan. The soup du jour might be watery, but it's delicious. The back door of 347 Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. Currently a Chipotle outpost. Coney Island by the Sea. Rockaway Inlet Buoy 20. A Wild Life for Wildlife at the World Trade Center. Flyer for lost pet boar near Prospect Park, Brooklyn. New art going up on Vesey Street at the World Trade Center. The Carousel in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Advertising for Lokum in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. I think the implication is that Lokum is the place to bust a move. Live jazz at the Brooklyn Public Library, Main Branch. Setting up (or stealing) a large American flag at the Occulus. Hot dogs and taxis at Brookfield Place on Vesey Street. Pizza chef in front of Antonios on Flatbush Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Backyard sunset - Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Another street find, an entire World Book Encyclopedia set, milk crate included! Back Pocket plays in front of 204 6th Avenue in Brooklyn for the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music's Open Stages 2023. Sailing into the sunset near Coney Island, SV Coco in the distance. Omar's! One of the best chicken shawarmas in the city. Delicious! Reflections from one of the devices now lining Cortlandt Way at the World Trade Center. They make music when you spin them. A duck finding a little fountain. Looks like a dog may have recently been there based on the trail of wet leading up the stairs. A big trench and no crosswalk at Greenwich and Murray in Lower Manhattan. Park Place, Brooklyn. This used to be a row of little storefronts. The building was demolished several years ago and now it is an overgrown lot surrounded by a slowly disintegrating wall. A delicious Aperol Spritz--the first of the year! Through the fence--Celebrate Brooklyn getting set up at the Prospect Park Bandshell. Thames Street. Speedy Park. West Broadway and Warren, TriBeCa. Wings for the IRT: The Irresistible Romance of Travel - Jane Greengold at the Grand Army Plaza IRT station in Brooklyn. One World Trade Center and an under construction Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center in the background. A couple people looking at their phones, as was the style at the time. Rainy West Broadway and Reade Street in TriBeCa. A rainy Saturday in New York, underground--on the downtown Q platform at 34th Street. Off the Wall - Lost shoe at the school on Vanderbilt and Sterling Place in Prospect Heights. Metal gate in front of Japanese maple on 8th Street in Park Slope Cortlandt Street R platform exit stairs at One Liberty Plaza. Arches at the New York Telephone Company Building. Blue dude, sanding a boat bottom in Sheepshead Bay Sunset on Park Place between Vanderbilt and Carlton in Brooklyn. A lot of NYPD vehicles and one non-NYPD car at Grand Army Plaza. The NYPD is gearing up for tomorrow's Brooklyn Half Marathon. Not sure what the other car is up to, other than getting a ticket. A big dig on Park Place between 5th and 6th Avenues in Brooklyn. A beer, in the early evening at Bayard's on Hudson Street--before the room got frat-tacular. A very green hosta. Sometimes, even when walking by hundreds of interesting things during the day, I end up taking a picture of a plant in front of the apartment. 1 Park Row construction site. Intersection of Broadway, Park Row, Vesey and Ann Streets. The Oculus and World Trade Center in fog. The Internet is Not the Answer. A guest photographer captures some free books up for grabs on Park Place in Brooklyn, NY. Under a purple, flowering tree in Prospect Park near Grand Army Plaza. A little sailboat sculpture welded to a light post on Sheepshead Bay's Manhattan bound platform on the B/Q line. Sunset at Sheepshead Bay's Coney Island bound platform on the B/Q line. No. 7 Restaurant, a view from the bar. Vanderbilt Avenue, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Back door of the Brooklyn Public Library branch on 4th Avenue, ajar. Walkers in the morning light, downtown, World Trade Center. Street art featuring Grace Jones in Brooklyn.