Sunny Day at Court Square in Brooklyn
Near the A & C train Jay Street Metro Tech subway station. Even closer are the 4, 5, 2, 3 and R subway trains Borough Hall Station.
Temps once again in the upper 70s. Great Day to take and absorb some Vitamin D.
Major courthouses, Farmers Market, plenty of green space areas for fun, games, and exercise. Of course lots of shops and stores for dedicated shoppers and those just browsing for bargains. Brooklyn Law School, Municipal Building. One of the Larger major Brooklyn Post Offices where you can also get your Passport.
Memorial dedicated to World War II soldiers. Almost made it to the Brooklyn Bridge but I got called away. In some photos you can see the Brooklyn Bridge off in the distance.
Took a few photos of the Henry Ward Beecher statue. He was a famous Abolitionist. Here is more information on Henry Ward Beecher from Wikipedia.
Henry Ward Beecher
American clergyman and activist
Henry Ward Beecher was an American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, and speaker, known for his support of the abolition of slavery, his emphasis on God’s love, and his 1875 adultery trial. en.wikipedia.org
Born: June 24, 1813, Litchfield, Connecticut, US
Died: March 8, 1887, Brooklyn
Spouse: Eunice White Beecher
Parents: Roxana Beecher, Lyman