Brooklyn Photography – Lonelyville

Brooklyn Photography – Lonelyville

A classic example of black and white Brooklyn Photography. This photo is of a street scene in front of Lonelyville coffee in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn. This photograph was taken across the street from Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York City. This black and white Brooklyn Street photography print shows the constant change that happens in Brooklyn all of the time.

Brooklyn Street Photography captures small moments that disappear quickly. This Brooklyn coffee shop is no longer in business. It was replaced with Juice Pedaler, which is also closed, and now it’s the location of Elk Cafe.

One of the things I love about Brooklyn Photography is that there has been so much development going on recently, that many of stores that I photographed several years ago are gone. I was able to grab Brooklyn NYC images before some of the many changes. I enjoy returning to some of the locations that I photographed several years ago, to see and photograph this change. Brooklyn is developing so fast with new buildings, a new Brooklyn Bridge Park, and a new Barclays Brooklyn Nets Stadium.

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Daniel A. Norman

Daniel A. Norman (born 1980) is a visual artist and photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Daniel is currently working on a New York Street Photography project. Daniel's work is held in corporate and private collections and has been exhibited internationally.

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