Monday, September 28, 2009

Out & About in Brooklyn

Out & about in Brooklyn this past Saturday. (Photos courtesy of my hubby).













19 comments :

  1. Where were those first pictures taken? I would love to go for a walk there with my boyfriend - we're big Brooklyn fans although we live on the other side of the river. :)

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  2. What can I say... I did a project on Red Hook, a part of Brooklyn and I really miss that place... :)

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  3. CC - all of these photos were taken within blocks of Brooklyn Bridge Park. You should walk over the bridge from Manhattan to the Brooklyn side and everything is right there. You'll have an amazing view of Manhattan :)

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  4. so i should really go to Brooklyn next time i'm in NYC, right??

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  5. Gorgeous photos. They look like they were taken a long time ago. :)

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  6. great pics! I love their antique look!

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  7. I LOVE NEW YORK!!!

    IT´S A DREAM!!

    KISSES FROM SPAIN

    LAURA

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  8. Brownstones are so pretty! I would love to live in one.

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  9. oh i was just there and i miss it already. these photos are gorgeous, your hubby is an awesome photographer. have a great week!

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  10. Wow, it's crazy beautiful there. I love the buildings.

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  11. The view of New York City is amazing.

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  12. Thanks for your comment!
    Love those polaroids :)

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  13. Beautiful photos! These make me think of visiting Brooklyn with my family when I was little...especially those brownstones, they're so lovely.

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  14. Great photos! I have never been to NY! One day! :)

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  15. Hi there. Thanks for dropping by my blog and for leaving a comment. I really appreciate it. Great pictures of Brooklyn. Your husband is very talented.

    Carrie

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  16. amazing pics! absolutely love the Polaroid effect too! the first one reminds me of carrie's place on sex and the city!!!

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