The late afternoon sun scores through mongering storm clouds and strikes the Statue of Liberty off Manhattan, New York City, NY.
A young boy enjoys the museum wonders.
A stall-holder at Williamsburg flea market proudly poses before her wares. Every Sunday, the waterfront at the favourite hipster-hangout neighbourhood becomes packed with vintage, antique and unique vendors selling a mix of items - from classic Americana furniture to European film cameras, modern original art and favourite childhood collectables - served alongside organic, natural and inventive snacks and meals.
Brooklyn kids enjoy cooling off during record temperatures in the city. Throughout the city, hydrants are unhinged and water released to avoid residents suffering from extreme heat exhaustion. As well as being beneficial to the City’s health during the high temperatures, the activities surrounding these hydrants offer the opportunity to see the City at its most care-free and playful.
The food at Brooklyn Farmer’s Market is something that definitely shouldn’t be missed. The wide selection of produce is created by artisan bakers and cheesemongers, organic farmers and sustainable butchers. It is a unique opportunity to experience New York street food at it’s finest and most health-consious.
Fresh flowers also make an appearance at the Brooklyn Farmer’s Market.
Fresh herbs at Brooklyn Farmer’s Market next to Prospect Park.