Evening Walk Photos: Brooklyn Bridge Park and Brooklyn Heights

I took a walk early yesterday (Monday) evening. On my way from the Squibb Park pedestrian bridge on to Pier 1, Brooklyn Bridge Park, I was greeted by this gray catbird (thanks to reader elw_ny and FB friend John Hunt for the species ID).

A little farther along, I found a red saddlebags dragonfly (thanks again to elw_ny for ID) nestled on a twig.

A profusion of black-eyed Susans.

This is a sumac drupe, which is edible and can be used to make a lemonade like drink or tea.

Bateaux New York’s Celestial was passing Pier 1 as I came downhill.

The pond on the landward side of Pier 1.

The sun sets behind lower Manhattan, as seen from the Promenade.

This photo was taken Saturday, but I had to include it. This is the fish pond that reader Andrew Porter told me can now be seen through the fence near the Remsen Street entrance to the Promenade.

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  • petercow

    Love the nature shots! Thanks!

  • elw_ny

    bird: catbird, dragonfly: red saddlebags

  • http://glickblog5000.tumblr.com/ David Glick

    Good seeing you Claude.

  • Andrew Porter

    These are quite lovely, Claude. Getting those dragonflies to pose for my camera is always very difficult.

    First time I’ve been able to post in over a week; not sure exactly what I did after being rejected by DISQUS every other time I’ve tried to sign in.

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

    Thanks, David. Good to see you, too.