Morning Walk Photos: Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park

The robin is supposed to be a harbinger of spring. “If only!” this one seems to be saying to himself.

As I started my morning walk, a few little snowflakes were falling, but as I headed down into Squibb Park and across the bouncy bridge to Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park the flakes got fat and fluffy and more profuse. I saw the robin as I was taking the path up onto Pier 1.

A flock of Canada geese was floating in the East River.

A child enjoyed the snow along the path in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Packing and shoveling on Willow Place.

Sculpture garden off Remsen Street near Montague Terrace.

Looking along the Promenade from near the Remsen Street entrance; by then the snow was coming down very heavily.

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  • David on Middagh

    Great set, Claude! Well deployed, too:

    lone bird
    bird flock
    small mammal with toy shovel
    big mammals with real shovels
    fake mammals, all but buried
    mammal exercising along a cleared path

  • Diesel

    See any squirrels?

  • miriamcb

    Thanks for the pictures from this morning! I just looked at the Brooklyn Bridge Park website and am very excited for the Spring when my young daughter and I can go down and enjoy it to its fullest!

  • ClaudeScales

    No, I think the bears have eaten them.

  • ellymay878

    Beautiful photos ..especially like the robin photo. Snow can be so beautiful..yet enough is enough.

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    I have already put in a reservation for the first shuttle board game at Pier 2 Brooklyn
    Bridge Park. Who needs to travel all the way to Gowanus. And it is Freeeee.