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Monday, September 6, 2010

Paris in New York, in Prospect Park

A bit of Paris in Brooklyn
Photo by myself in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.

The Audobon Center in Prospect Park resembles a grand Parisian building. It looks as if these folks are enjoying cappucino in the middle of a bustling city.

The Audobon Center is an educational building focused on nature and preservation.
Beyond are a lake and dock for boats. Inside are interactive exhibits and the Prospect Park Visitor's Center.

Mark, Rupert and I walked about the park this weekend, exploring. We discovered the southeast portion, which includes the lake and buildings in the landscape, like the one above.

Prospect Park is 585-acres large, located in the heart of Brooklyn. For their website and interactive map, click here.

Related posts: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Beautiful People, in the East Village and Brunching on St. Mark's Place.


WTakeuchi said...

Very nice picture. Looks like a great place to visit.

Leif Hagen said...

Looks like a dandy place to sit with friends and coffee and treats! C'est formidable!

Lily Hydrangea said...

this looks lovely Kitty!

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Chicken Underwear said...

I went to Paris once, it reminded me of Prospect Park.