Sights in the Streets, Brooklyn

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  • Quiet Streets of Brooklyn
    Quiet Streets of Brooklyn
    by barryg23
  • Buffed
    by chodearm
  • Sights in the Streets
    by Nathalie_B

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    Quiet Streets

    by barryg23 Updated Aug 28, 2007

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    Favorite thing: The streets in Brooklyn are so much more quieter than in Manhattan. In areas like Greenpoint and Brooklyn Heights it gets fairly crowded but it's easy to wander off the beaten path and find a secluded area.

    Quiet Streets of Brooklyn

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    Street Art

    by chodearm Updated Sep 28, 2004

    Favorite thing: Its all about meandering. Just walk, walk, and keep those tired little eyes open. All surfaces around Williamsburg will be covered in graffitti, stencil art, and the trusty new "I'm an Artist" medium, the wheat pasted poster. Just get a little off Bedford and walk into the streets you are sure to see something you like whether you consider it art or filth, theres something for everyone. One standout, Swoon, a woman who makes real intricate die cut figure that she wheat pastes all over. Its crazy to see this piece that was so time consuming quickly decay into invisibility.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Arts and Culture

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    Brooklyn Flatiron??

    by Nathalie_B Updated Nov 3, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Brooklyn has it's own Flatiron Building. Well, maybe the name is different, but the shape looks almost the same ;-)
    This building is located on Grand Army Plaza, in front of the Prospect Park

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    • Architecture

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    Ghosts in Brooklyn

    by TempNomad Written Sep 4, 2003

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    Favorite thing: If you keep your eyes open, you'll see lots of pop culture references applied to buildings and streetlamps and sidewalks. I used to be pretty good at Ms. Pacman. This one's from Williamsburg.

    I call it: Green Ghost on Brick Building

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