NDUMBO, Brooklyn
sometimesatourist:

down under the brooklyn bridge, onlookers take in the LED light show.

sometimesatourist:

down under the brooklyn bridge, onlookers take in the LED light show.

(Source: sometimesadreamer)

  10AM, Oct 17 2011
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kenyatta:

An Elle a Day
(with cameo by me)

kenyatta:

An Elle a Day

(with cameo by me)

  2PM, Jul 8 2011
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eliotglazer:

If you didn’t already know (and, really, why would you?), My Parents Were Awesome, a blog I started a couple of years ago featuring vintage photos of parents and grandparents submitted by readers, is being released in book form (remember books?) as an anthology of essays on April 5th, available for purchase from Villard Books/Random House.
The book features essays from Dave Itzkoff, David Kamp, Rachel Shukert, Laurie Notaro, and Jamie Deen (son of Paula!), among other talented writers, bloggers, and comedians.
And if you’re in the New York area (or are stalking me), the release party (which is free, of course!) will be on April 5th at 7:00pm at The Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn, at 37 Main Street in D.U.M.B.O.  You can RSVP via Facebook, too.
There will be a Q&A, as well as readings from Dave Itzkoff, Rachel Shukert, and Rachel Sklar, and stand-up comedy courtesy of contributor Giulia Rozzi.

 
There will also be wine!  Free wine!  Like Ancient Greece!  (Maybe?)
Anyway, it’s a really good book - I promise!  Hope you can make it out to the release party!

eliotglazer:

If you didn’t already know (and, really, why would you?), My Parents Were Awesome, a blog I started a couple of years ago featuring vintage photos of parents and grandparents submitted by readers, is being released in book form (remember books?) as an anthology of essays on April 5th, available for purchase from Villard Books/Random House.

The book features essays from Dave Itzkoff, David Kamp, Rachel Shukert, Laurie Notaro, and Jamie Deen (son of Paula!), among other talented writers, bloggers, and comedians.

And if you’re in the New York area (or are stalking me), the release party (which is free, of course!) will be on April 5th at 7:00pm at The Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn, at 37 Main Street in D.U.M.B.O.  You can RSVP via Facebook, too.

There will be a Q&A, as well as readings from Dave Itzkoff, Rachel Shukert, and Rachel Sklar, and stand-up comedy courtesy of contributor Giulia Rozzi.

 

There will also be wine!  Free wine!  Like Ancient Greece!  (Maybe?)

Anyway, it’s a really good book - I promise!  Hope you can make it out to the release party!

  4PM, Mar 30 2011
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nythroughthelens:

Manhattan Bridge. The view is from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Dumbo, Brooklyn.
It’s an absolutely gorgeous day in New York City today. All of my windows are open. My cats are lounging in spots of sunlight on the floor. I am hoping the weather stays like this!
To purchase this photo as a print/card simply click the links below the photo here. To view additional sizes for this photo on Flickr, click here.

nythroughthelens:

Manhattan Bridge. The view is from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Dumbo, Brooklyn.

It’s an absolutely gorgeous day in New York City today. All of my windows are open. My cats are lounging in spots of sunlight on the floor. I am hoping the weather stays like this!

To purchase this photo as a print/card simply click the links below the photo here. To view additional sizes for this photo on Flickr, click here.

(Source: nythroughthelens)

  11AM, Mar 18 2011
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timmelideo:

Brooklyn Bridge from Front St.

timmelideo:

Brooklyn Bridge from Front St.

  9PM, Mar 8 2011
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serenadipitous:
 Brooklyn Bridge Park, dusk.
 Happy Friday, everyone. :)

serenadipitous:

Brooklyn Bridge Park, dusk.

Happy Friday, everyone. :)

  6PM, Jan 30 2011
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thedeadline:

Brooklyn Bridge, 1/1/11. (Taken with instagram)

thedeadline:

Brooklyn Bridge, 1/1/11. (Taken with instagram)

  7PM, Jan 1 2011
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nycshawnphotos:

Smoke Stack in Dumbo, Brooklyn. 
Shot with Olympus OM-1 and Zuiko 50mm lens on Kodak Tri-X 400 film developed for 6.75 minutes in Kodak D-76. 

nycshawnphotos:

Smoke Stack in Dumbo, Brooklyn. 

Shot with Olympus OM-1 and Zuiko 50mm lens on Kodak Tri-X 400 film developed for 6.75 minutes in Kodak D-76. 

(via nycshawnphotos-deactivated20110)

  2PM, Dec 17 2010
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joelzimmer:

Seagulls
Sitting on the piles near the Brooklyn Bridge, with a view of the Financial District in the background.

joelzimmer:

Seagulls

Sitting on the piles near the Brooklyn Bridge, with a view of the Financial District in the background.

  8PM, Dec 13 2010
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nythroughthelens:

Dumbo, Brooklyn.
View of the Manhattan Bridge.

nythroughthelens:

Dumbo, Brooklyn.

View of the Manhattan Bridge.

(Source: nythroughthelens)

  5PM, Nov 6 2010
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