October 25, 2007

Halloween in Brooklyn Heights.

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17 comments:

Meade said...

The orange chrysanthemums on the top step are dying for a drink. Boo.

campy said...

That second shot is a Hate Crime waiting to happen.

ricpic said...

There ain't no blue in these here pitchers,
Way up in the sky's where blue should stay;
Down here on earth all earthy riches,
Down here on earth: our home of clay.

Ralph said...

The people in the top photo really went all out to decorate. Makes a great photo, though, good catch.

We once had some white mums that turned purple as they faded--a great improvement, as I think bright white flowers, like white woodwork, are garish.

Trooper York said...

That crack in the first shot is most disgusting one to be found in Brooklyn Heights, except for the possible exception of Rosie Lopez who lives on Cranberry St over the movie house. Just sayn'

Ralph said...

The crack is wonderful! It screams "Halloween" louder than the pumpkin.

Trooper York said...

Yeah but Rosie's screams "Oh the horror" louder than Edgar Allen Poe at Rue Morgue.

Trooper York said...

Allegedly.

Ralph said...

Only with you, Trooper.

Trooper York said...

Well it wasn't a total loss. It's the only time I ever felt like Derek Jeter.

Trooper York said...

Actually, now that I look at it, the second picture is her windowsill. I think that's the guy who she picked up at Cody's last 4th of July. I guess his escape attempt didn't work out. Love stinks!

JohnAnnArbor said...

You know, that second display is shocking in its insensitivity to decomposing Americans everywhere.

Ralph said...

The top photo really is suitable for framing, but I'll bet Ann has too many to chose from. The lines, planes, textures, colors, contrasts are all alluring. Very cool how the crack points to the pumpkin, the only organic thing. Every sturdy wall cracks, every pumpkin rots, "our home of clay."

Blake said...

I think that first pumpkin's going to jump!

Blake said...

The third group--it shows how pumpkins of all shapes and sizes and political beliefs can have a happy Halloween together. As long as they're all orange.

Revenant said...

I'm amused by the lone pumpkin sitting on a windowsill. A lonely little voice of holiday spirit crying in the urban wilderness.

Caroline said...

The first picture is amazing. It looks like an Edward Hopper painting.
You have some eye.