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This almost looks like a black and white picture with color added. It’s a very gray weekend. You need to walk down to Fifth Ave. to get some neon color, but if just a spot will do you, I offer up this light blue wading pool.

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A trip to the country fell through, so I went to the park in search of some nature. The lawns and playing fields are scorched, in need of rain, but the more woodsy areas are dense and thriving. It didn’t seem like Brooklyn behind Litchfield Villa, and might have felt like the middle of nowhere, if little voices from the 3rd Street Playground hadn’t been wafting uphill.

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Brooklyn Bridge Park in Dumbo was hot, off-and-on sunny, and smelled like low tide, so I walked north and was happy to see that another section of the waterfront will be accessible before too long. This construction site is neater and cleaner than many NY kitchens I’ve been in. A Circle Line boat is visible going down the river.

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He’s picking up speed, so get out of the way! In NYC young men favor undersized bicycles.

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A tree can take a lot of punishment. (Don’t worry, we are not having a theme this week.) This one, having a perfect seat six or seven feet off the ground and bark that wears marks well, is thriving.

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