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BrooklynBornThis blog started in my head when I listened in the 90's to friends who feared Brooklyn and newcomers who blogged about BK as if it barely existed before they arrived. Brooklyn as Tabula Rasa. My blog satisfies my need to hear and air feelings of B'klyn from the people whose life experience was born here. Also I hope to provide balance to some of the revisionist historical musings I've seen how Brooklyn and her residents used to be, we're still here. If we can all live as best possible while appreciating the past and neighbors we've inherited that would be great too.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

PhotoWedns: 10/29/08 Unseen Forces

In honor of All Hallows' Eve, this photo Wednesday I present the Gothic archway from Greenwood Cemetery, I visited recently for kicks (seriously there was a dance rehearsal going on) and took some shots, all of which came out in a variety of wonk forms. Some pics show upside regardless of how I view them others like this one are just plain distorted. You make the call, is the problem pixel or poltergeist?

The Chapel:
Greenwood Cemetery

The Entrance:
Greenwood Cemetery

The Entrance:
Greenwood Cemetery

Nestled in between Park Slope, Windsor Terrace and Sunset Park, the cemetery is historic (founded 1838) a Nat'l landmark and a fave with night stalkers who love to hop the fence and cuddle up to notable interns like: Samuel (what's the code?) Morse, Cooper Union Founder, Peter Cooper, Composer Leonard Bernstein, Charles Ebbets (of Ebbets Field) and Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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