Brooklyn Flashback


Brooklyn has been on my mind so much lately, particularly Brooklyn Heights {and as some of you know, it's one of those neighborhoods that I obsess about, along with Park Slope, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill}. It could have something to do with the fact that we're two months away from completing a year on the west coast and I am homesick. I've been in the process of organizing all the photos on my computer desktop {which has been an ongoing project on my to-do list} and I came across these photos, which gave me a  flashback of the last time we were strolling the streets in Brooklyn Heights on our way from seeing a documentary at a friend's house. It was a drizzly, rainy morning; the air was fresh, the wet streets strewn with leaves were quiet with the occasional residents walking their dogs in their hunter boots and rain gear... fond memories that instantly comfort me and make me smile. This area alone, with its fine brownstone architecture, cobble stone streets, quaint coffee shops, pastry shops, a plethora of lovely restaurants/cafes, and unique attractions make this small enclave of old world charm one of NYC's gems.













Joya: one of our favorite places to eat Thai  in Brooklyn





*All these photos were taken with my iPhone.



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