Park Slope Photography Tour

Hello again! This past Sunday I posted my book review of Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight, but I also told you about the tour of Park Slope I went on based on the book. It was a “date” with myself in the very setting the story takes place. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, then click here. My full tour with sites specific to that lovely book will be coming on Sunday, I promise. Can I make that promise? It’s my first blogging promise, I’m nervous. I can do it…I promise.

Until then, I want to share some more photos from that day I think you might like.

Here they are!

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Prospect Park. I guess I should have found out who the soldier is in the monument. Sorry. Anyone know? Next business- can anyone spot the dog(s)? I can’t tell if it’s one dog or two! 🤔
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I’m obsessed. Why can’t I have one? They’re sooo pretty.
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I tried to get a cute dog picture and this happened
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Well, hello gorgeous trees!
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Can I frolic with them?
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Looks regal
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Look at this! It’s the Old First Reformed Church. Beautiful!
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I love this. A beautiful church and a Key Food grocery store. That’s so Brooklyn!
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Her jacket and backpack go perfectly with this home. She can never leave this spot.
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Always some kind of fair or open market going on.
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I’d live in one of these.
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Or I’d totally live in one of these too!
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I would not live…oh who am I kidding? It’s waaaay bigger than my apartment, and it’s in a prime neighborhood right by the park! I’d move in yesterday.

That’s all for now! I hope you enjoyed my half-tour! Come check back on Sunday to see if I treated myself the way I deserve on my date. Also, I think I had a missed connection. Story of my life. I’ll let you be the judge.

See ya again soon!

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8 thoughts on “Park Slope Photography Tour

  1. I love your writing and your photos. The monument in Prospect Park is to the Marquis de Lafayette. (I’ve never been to the US, but that’s what it says on the monument in your photo!)

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