Despite the weather this week, I have been out walking with my dog, Milo, more. Each morning we walk three miles, around Holy Cross Cemetery in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Depending on the day, the walk can be peaceful and solitary–just me and birds–or it can be flurry of activity as kids walk to school, adults hurry to work, and on Sundays, families spill out of churches in the afternoon sun.
Mom and child walk down Nostrand Avenue on the way to school Monday morning.
Walking to school on Avenue D on Tuesday morning.
Prepared for the rain on Clarendon Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
“Don’t get me with the cigarette in my hand. That’s not how I want the world to remember me.” -Carl, on Clarendon Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
Moss and paint combine to create a beautiful palate of color at Holy Cross Cemetery.
The walk to school on a rainy day.
Loaves of fresh bread at a kosher bakery on 2nd Avenue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Headed to school on a snowy Friday morning in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
I think they call if cerulean. Blue front stoop in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
A quiet and snow-covered Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn Heights on Friday morning.
A robin perched on a front gate on Schenectady Avenue in Flatbush.
Birds gather on a telephone pole on Snyder Avenue in Flatbush.
Late afternoon light in Manhattan.
A rare trip into the city on a Saturday afternoon gave me a chance to take in some of Manhattan at the “golden hour” when the light creates beautiful, rich colors.
The special “Green: Harmony” drink for Holi at Pondicheri.
Dinner at Pondicheri on W. 27th Street in Manhattan.
Colorful flowers for Holi at Pondicheri.
A lovely dinner at Pondicheri for a friend’s birthday.
March 12th – A Sunday afternoon walk through Flatbush, Brooklyn.
Shelflife. A bodega in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
Robin on a fence post at Holy Cross Cemetery in Flatbush, Brooklyn.