More Walk Photos

Vines twined around a tree trunk near the Remsen Street entrance to the Promenade. These photos are from several walks over the past week.

Flowers in a garden along Remsen Street near Clinton.

Nothing biting…yet. Pier 5, Brooklyn Bridge Park.

East River Monster? Seen from the south side of Pier 5, this piece of flotsam looked to me like a menacing reptilian head, with triple fangs.

Yellow flowers, Pier 1 uplands.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tug Gelberman churning upstream on the East River, as seen from Pier 1.

Rosa rugosa are blooming next to the Granite Prospect on Pier 1.

The tug Thomas J. Brown next to Pier 2, as seen from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.

Trees parked on Pier 3 awaiting planting there or, more likely, on the uplands now being prepared for use.

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  • David on Middagh

    Beautiful colors, Claude, especially in the Gelberman tug photo.

  • Andrew Porter

    Excellent photos. However, the vines in the top photo are the ivy that was choking the trees along the Promenade, stripped off and killed in recent years as this menace to their continued growth was noticed and acted upon.