Eyes on the Street: Gabbing on Garfield Street, After the Parade

Thought you might enjoy this street scene from Garfield Place yesterday afternoon, sent by reader Jeff Prant. The Park Slope St. Patrick’s Day Parade had passed through earlier in the day, leaving in its wake some neighborly conversation. I’m guessing Donald Appleyard would have liked this picture.

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