Coney Island is the world famous beach resort and old school amusement park. It’s located on a peninsula in southwest Brooklyn.
It’s home of the original Nathans hot dog stand and of the Cyclones, a minor league baseball team.
During World War II it was the largest amusement area in the United States.
During the lockdown their aren’t many opportunities to attend wine/cocktail tastings as those type of social events have been shut down.
In the morning I like to start the day with a walk for some air and sunshine, and during those walks I bring my camera along. One of those walks was in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Bushwick is a neighborhood in northeast Brooklyn bordering Queens. It’s very industrial neighborhood that at one time had multiple breweries,
After a period of decline the neighborhood came back as artists took advantage of the unused commercial spaces and set up shop. Local artists began leaving their make on the buildings and now the grafiti (street art) can be viewed in this open air museum.