Sunday in Prospect Park

Starting at the Grand Army Plaza, one may expect to see ~

A monument to this gentleman ↓

The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch at the far end ↓

Wisdom and Felicity surrounded by Neptune, Triton and a boy holding a cornucopia (not visible from this angle), aka the Bailey Fountain. Sculpture by Eugene F. Savage, cast in 1931 ↓

This monumental door of the Brooklyn Public Library, in stark contrast with the, otherwise, minimal concrete facade ↓

The Brooklyn Museum ↓

The meadows ↓

The lost ↓♥

And the found ↓

April 9th, 2017

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