Sunday Snaps: Hello Fall

A few shots from this week’s strolls through the neighborhood…

Egyptian photographer and new Greenpoint resident Owise Abuzaid sells some of his shots from recent travels in Egypt and Nigeria. Look for Owise on the sidewalk at the corner of Franklin and Noble on Saturdays.
A hawk spotted in McGolrick Park. Look at that wingspan!

The most delicious book store in the world, Archestratus (160 Huron St.), is celebrating their one-year anniversary today! Free spaghetti and spaghetti westerns!
Wednesday Anne, an adorable Basset mix pup spotted in Transmitter Park.
A man dons an excellent hat for a Saturday stroll down Manhattan Ave.
A biker busts out some tricks on Freeman St.
Bringing in the day’s delivery of Żywiec beer to a market on Nassau near McGolrick Park. Żywiec Brewery was founded in 1856 in Żywiec, Poland.
A young skater named Jimmy who came up from Williamsburg to visit the East River Skate Shop (86 Greenpoint Ave.) He said he loved the shop and also enjoys the McCarren Skate Park!
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church (275 N. 8th) held a memorial service for fallen officers in the borough of Brooklyn this week.
The excellent thrift spot The Thing (1001 Manhattan Ave.) gets in a whole truckload of new treasures.

About Erik Keithley

Originally from just north of Baltimore, Erik became enchanted with the country-tinged outlaw folk of Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, and Guy Clark while studying journalism in North Carolina. As a direct result, he moved to Austin as soon as he could, where he saw a lot of music, recorded a little of his own, and honed a strong appreciation for brisket, New Orleans, and a generally slower and more inquisitive approach to life. Having just moved to Greenpoint from Austin, Erik aims to explore the mellow charms of his beloved new neighborhood with the same quietly searching eyes.

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