Funny how they speed up when the camera comes out.
Getting to Red Hook means getting over the BQE.
And then you're in the New York version of the heartland.
Old cars and trucks are the longing, perhaps, for an idealized, rural, all-knowing America. Jimmie Dean with a cigarette on his lip.
Liberty Sunset again.
And the figs and citrus trees from Monrovia. I am still thinking about that Meyer lemon...
I didn't know that there was a Lynden Miller garden here. The nursery steered me there.
There are some perfectly hidden benches with uninterrupted views of the water, the harbour and the Statue of
I liked the blue barrels showing the way from street to garden.
Last glimpses at not-for-long abandonment...
Leaving Red Hook via the route I chose involved this pedestrian overpass, where I half expected to meet shady characters around the turn, but the only people crossing it were young mothers pushing expensive strollers. Underneath zoomed the traffic entering and exiting the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel to and from Manhattan.