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.
The newest addition and the sisters who are thrilled to have someone else to boss around.
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).