Have you been to Pier 3 in Brooklyn Bridge Park? Even during pre-leafy days, it’s a beautiful spot, with lots of fun , interactive structures that are perfect for climbing, exploring and general all around kid-ing. Not to mention - there’s a great view of the skyline.
Just coming off of a couple weeks doing very little but lying in bed. I guess I should be thankful that the season of sickness coincides with the slow season for family photographers. Spending so much time indoors makes me stir crazy for sure and I can’t wait for the weather to warm to happily spend more time outdoors. But in the meantime, indoor family sessions with a quick pop up to the roof are the name of the game. Thankfully in home sessions are some of my favorites.
Sometimes you need a little time in both places.
So you want to hold a family photo session in Dumbo. You and the thousands of other families, couples, birthday kids, fashionistas, bloggers, and deep-pocketed commercial producers. It’s popular. That goes unsaid. But Dumbo has so much to offer that’s also off the beaten path. If you’re willing to walk down a completely unpopulated street, you might find some surprises. You know this guy? He’s got a mural in Dumbo now, but it’s not at the waterfront (wink).
These little ladies are pretty much the definition of adorable.