Spring in Brooklyn

May 13, 2011 § 4 Comments

I was lucky enough to have a light workload this past Tuesday because it was a beautiful day in Brooklyn. I couldn’t help but take a long walk through Greenpoint and Williamsburg and snap some photos along the way.

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An impatient pooch tied up outside The Garden

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Overstimulated kids

Four Leaves
Incredibly popular restaurant, Five Leaves

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The old clock outside Peter Pan donuts

McCarren Park
McCarren Park

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McCarren Park’s pretty spring trees

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Bikes on Bedford Ave.

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Harry the bodega cat
I love cats – especially live ones!

In other Spring news, Kate and I attended the Seychelles & The Loved One Garden Party on Wednesday night and found yet another fun photobooth!

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Flower crowns and bubbles and noisemakers, oh my!

What have you been doing in this lovely spring weather?

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§ 4 Responses to Spring in Brooklyn

  • anna says:

    hey dude that restaurant is actually called 5 leaves.. after the nick drake album. heath ledger’s dad owns it now.

    also, you always look fab in photoboooth pics!

    and seychelles as in the shoe? they make the cutest flats!

    • Christina says:

      Oops! I always forget the number of leaves!

      And yes, I love photobooths – whether they’re the old-fashioned kind of the new-fangled type, they are always flattering results.

  • ELi says:

    best sandwich in the history of sandwiches is at five leaves – the B.A.L.T. – a BLT with avocado.

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