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To be more accurate, you could call it accidental art. I don’t know what the X means – perhaps some kind of infestation or dead limbs. The tree is near the Quaker Cemetery.

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Officially it’s called “safe disposal.” Old paint and electronics, as far as the eye could see, that’s how you could sum up the event. Cars drove up and emptied their trunks, and there was a table for walk-ups, also.

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There are no kids around on a gray and cool afternoon in Prospect Park, so this is what the cotton candy men do, they take camera phone pictures by the lake.

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This knit hat was seen in Prospect Park. If it’s yours, this is good news, but you’ll have to re-trace where you were but it’s waaay too difficult for me to describe the location. It was across the pond from where the ice rink construction is going on, near where people fish. To get to the spot, take a right on the road after the lake instead of going up the hill. Stay to the right where it’s woodsy and follow a trail when you see one. Good luck!

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This glove will go unclaimed; another day of 70 degree temperatures are predicted. There’s only one thing to do today: be outside, if possible.

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Went to Prospect Park expecting to see evidence of last night’s revelry. Thought I’d hit pay dirt with a passed out figure near a ball field, but it turned out to be a pile of clothes. This sparkly stuff on the grass was almost all I could find. New Year’s Eve partiers were either super-clean or they celebrated indoors. Here’s to NYC parks and a Happy 2012!

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I certainly don’t condone the defacement of a tree with a knife, so why do I accidentally get excited when I see my initials carved large and legibly for everyone to see? (It wasn’t me, I swear!)

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Pond, trees, sky. I see some faces going up the middle of the image, but maybe I’ll save that for another day.

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It’s not up to us in Brooklyn, man, to tell you what color your rainbow should be. Use your imagination. (During warm weather, this structure is familiar as the Prospect Park Bandshell.)

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The fall foliage change has barely begun in Prospect Park. Give it another three weeks. These lines (for football?) will be long gone by then.

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