More Photos From My Walks; Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

A floral display on a stoop on Henry Street between Joralemon and Remsen. Photos in this post are from several walks over the past two weekends.

A colorful row of townhouses on Joralemon between Hicks and Furman.

Sand volleyball season has started on Pier 6.

South Street Seaport Museum’s schooner Pioneer, seen from Pier 6.

The new dock attached to Pier 2 has attracted a pair of geese.

Workers in a marsh on the Pier 1 upland.

A superimposition of arches: Tobacco Warehouse and Brooklyn Bridge.

No visit to Smorgasburg is complete for me without a serving of fried anchovies “Jersey style” (heads on) from Bon Chovie, washed down with some of their virgin Sangria.

More fish: Ben Snead’s Fish Farm (Brooklyn Snappers), Prospect and Washington streets, in DUMBO. They’ll be there through September.

Apples and flowers for sale at the Borough Hall Greenmarket.

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  • Wiley E.

    Great stuff, Claude. Keep it coming.

  • Boerum Bill

    Very nice! But no Barclays Center?!

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com/ Claude Scales

    “Nearby” doesn’t extend that far. Someday, though, I will take a walk along Atlantic Avenue and take some photos along the way.

  • persimmon

    Nice! Makes me want to explore some more!

  • Lori

    Sand volleyball has started? Thank you. According the BBP’s website, the courts are closed for the season – check back in the spring for opening dates.

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com/ Claude Scales

    Well, as you can see, there were people out there playing.

  • Andrew Porter

    Great shots!

    Every spring I like to stand at Middagh Street and Willow, gazing south on Willow as the gray streets give way to the exuberant greens of springtime, the street-view slowly dissolving into a leafy green wonderland.