One of My Favorite Places Is Brooklyn Heights

picture of New York City firehouse in Brooklyn Heights with a mural of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Steet in Brooklyn Heights that feautures some old stores on a tree lined block in Brooklyn Heights.

Lady standing on the Brooklyn Promenade taking a picture of lower Manhattan.

View of the Brooklyn Bridge

Statue of Liberty with the Staten Island Ferry going by.

Need a good zoom lens for this shot The Statue of Liberty is far.

Pictures of benches on the Brooklyn Promenade.

Zoom in picture of people on the dock shopping at the South Street Seaport.

South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan

old sailing ship parked in Manhattan.

View of the Manhattan skyline from the Promenade.

Camera angle facing towards the statue of liberty.

tall buildings of lower Manhattan.

Starnge street signs showing the rules of Brooklyn.

View of the promenade through the trees on a sunny day in Brooklyn.

Man standing in the street with cars only on one side.

Nice and quiet tree lined streets

lower manhattan

Road leading from the promenade to the ferry landing.

Quiet tree lined street in downtown Brooklyn.

Dead end street in Brooklyn that would lead to the BQE if given the chance.

Big buildings through the trees.

Historical house located in Brooklyn Heights New York.

As you can see there are many different things to see around Brooklyn Heights. This is just a small example of the amazing views.

With the Promenade being right across from lower Manhattan you can get some amazing pictures. There are some old brownstone buildings that have rich features that were made at the turn of the century.

If you are coming to visit New York City then Brooklyn Heights is the place to come to. It is just a short walk from the water taxi or you can take one of the many trains. I use the High Street Brooklyn bridge station on the "A" line to get here.

It is only a short walk from here to Brooklyn Bridge park and the shops on Montague street.

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