A Williamsburg Sunday Morning

Morning light is one of the most beautiful times of the day and that’s why I continue the tour of the coastal area of Williamsburg, Brooklyn on a beautiful Sunday morning. Important painters like Edward Hopper (1882–1967) knew how the morning light can bring out the wonder and meaning of objects and create a mood. Even the things we are familiar with, like a fire hydrant, subway tracks, or a bridge, can be seen as having more meaning because of how morning light is on them. And when we meet them in Williamsburg—well, we have something special. Here are a few images that show what I mean. (Click on photo to enlarge.)

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6 Responses to “A Williamsburg Sunday Morning”

  1. Beverly Burk Says:

    Harvey, I love these photograph’s.

    Beverly

  2. Lovely shots of Williamsburg. I will never see that borough the same way again.

  3. Lorraine Nolan Says:

    I loved seeing my favorite city in the world in a new light!

  4. love the ducks! –and the red nail polish.

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