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Bathroom art in Brooklyn

Many bar’s bathrooms in New York City are full of inspirational art. Most bathroom Art in Brooklyn with messages that get deep into your soul. Some of these messages relate to me others relate to things happening around our lives. Check out my bathroom art inspiration photo exhibition and let me know what you think. First off, bathroom graffiti and stickers are a form of self-expression. Whether it’s a witty joke, a political statement, or a simple doodle, these markings give patrons an outlet to express themselves in a space that’s often loud, crowded, and hectic. They’re a way to…

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Brooklyn New York City sunset

Brooklyn in New York City has been a center of maritime activity since the early 17th century and became a major commercial center in the mid-19th century. The Brooklyn Bridge, the world’s longest suspension bridge, opened in 1883. The borough is now home to a diverse population with a rich cultural heritage. Brooklyn’s rich history dates to the early days of Dutch settlement. Today, Brooklyn is a culturally diverse borough with plenty to see and do. From bustling neighborhoods like Williamsburg and Bushwick to tranquil oases like Prospect Park, there is something for everyone in Brooklyn. The History of Brooklyn…

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The Notorious B.I.G Street Art in Brooklyn

I’m better at taking photographs than writing. Here are some Brooklyn street art photographs I took the other day while walking around and having a great cup of Caturra coffee in Bushwick. Scroll down and let me know what you think. Bushwick is an incredible hub for street art enthusiasts and anyone who loves to explore vibrant neighborhoods. Located in the heart of Bushwick, Brooklyn, this area is home to some of the most awe-inspiring murals, graffiti, and street art you’ll ever see. If you’re looking for a unique and immersive cultural experience, Street Art in Bushwick should be at…

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hanging shoes power lines night

New York City is full of surprises, and these hanging shoes on power lines are no exception. I never understood the meaning of a pair or more hanging shoes in New York City. Do you? If so, write a comment in the comment area below this post. I’m putting together this little photo gallery named Hanging Shoes on Power Lines in New York City. I will be adding more images whenever I find more hanging shoes in during my walks in NYC. If you like my photos please consider helping me out by visiting my New York City souvenir shop.…

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NYC Bushwick Brooklyn art

Every time I come by Bushwick in Brooklyn I find new mural art all around the unique streets. New York City mural art in Bushwick is very unique and it attracts many visitors that come by to take pictures next to each wall mural. Other attractions include vintage shopping, creative restaurants like pizza trendsetter Roberta‚Äôs and the diverse creative multicultural residents. Easily get to Bushwick in Brooklyn by subway taking the L train to Morgan or Jefferson St. The neighborhood offers a thoroughly bohemian vibe with bodegas and warehouses abutting galleries and bars. Now the Bushwick in Brooklyn is seeing…

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Coney Island Parachute Tower

The Coney Island Boardwalk is a beloved landmark that has captured the hearts of New Yorkers and visitors for generations. This iconic wooden walkway stretches for nearly three miles along the sandy shores of Coney Island, offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding beachfront community. I took a walk during the pandemic with my favorite cup of specialty coffee from Latin America. I decided to take some photos as a memory of contrast between the ‘regular days’ at the boardwalk For many people, the boardwalk holds a special place in their hearts. It’s a place where memories…

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Red Hook Brooklyn Viewer by the East River

Red Hook Brooklyn was founded in 1836 by Dutch colonists. This is why we can notice so many Holland style warehouse buildings all around Red Hook Brooklyn. I went to a bike ride and sat by the river while having my favorite Latin America coffee. I still drink hot black coffee during any hot summer day in NYC. By the 1920s, they made Red Hook the busiest freight port in the world, but this ended in the 1960s with the creation of shipping containers. Then by the 1930s Red Hook became one of the poorest neighborhoods in New York and…

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Famous Manhattan bridge view from Brooklyn

Brooklyn forms part of my life. I’m a part time resident of Brooklyn and here I’m bringing you some NYC Brooklyn Moments pictures. What’s your favorite NYC borough?

I decided to cross the Manhattan Bridge from Lower East Side to Brooklyn. While having fantastic Latin America coffee I came across many different views of New York City.

Brooklyn is one of my favorite parts of New York City, and for good reason. It’s a borough full of life, with a unique character and charm that sets it apart from the rest of the city. Whether I’m strolling through Prospect Park or grabbing a slice of pizza at one of the neighborhood pizzerias, there’s always something new to discover in Brooklyn.

One of my favorite Brooklyn moments was when I stumbled upon a street fair in Williamsburg. The air was filled with the smells of fresh food and the sounds of live music, and the streets were lined with vendors selling handmade jewelry, vintage clothing, and artisanal crafts. I spent hours wandering through the fair, sampling local treats and chatting with the vendors. It was a perfect day, and I left feeling energized and inspired by the vibrant energy of the Brooklyn community.

Another memorable Brooklyn moment was when I went on a street art tour in Bushwick. The neighborhood is known for its colorful murals and graffiti, and I was blown away by the sheer scale and creativity of the artwork. From towering murals covering entire buildings to small, hidden pieces tucked away in alleyways, the street art in Bushwick was a feast for the eyes. It was a reminder of the incredible artistic talent that can be found in every corner of Brooklyn, and it left me with a new appreciation for the power of public art.

Finally, one of my most cherished NYC Brooklyn moments was when I spent an afternoon exploring the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It’s a serene oasis in the heart of the city, with winding paths, tranquil ponds, and acres of lush greenery. I spent hours wandering through the garden, admiring the blooming flowers and towering trees. It was a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, and a reminder of the natural beauty that can be found even in the most urban of environments.

NYC Brooklyn brownstone architecture
NYC Traditional brick buildings
Manhattan bridge view from Brooklyn
Manhattan Bridge view from Brooklyn

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