In the 2 photos below the kids did not move,. I just walk about 10 feet and changed my angle. and for photos of that spot 3 years ago click here
They collected some "sea glass"
and made some art.
Ya know when I grew up that spot was just a toxic pile of trash. No one would dream of bringing their kids there, let alone letting them touch the water. Brooklyn is changing, mostly for the better.
Yea, and we got there by bike. Another thing that has changed since I grew up. We did not have any bike lanes. When I grew up bikes were for kids. Now many people us them to get around. So we put our helmets back on and went to Building 92, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, to have lunch
I was there before with my son and knew it would be a good place to sit and eat. It was nice to let my son give my daughter the tour. Lunch ant Ted and Honey was nice, but they could have warned my 12 year old that they used spicy mustard on their ham and cheese. It was kinda dramatic there for a minute or so, but everyone lived.
Going home by bike was not so much fun. 4:30pm is not like 11am. Lots of entitled drivers thinking that bike lanes are there so they can pass other cars on the right. Hopefully, they will evolve.