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boerum hill evenings.

22 Nov 2010

If only Brucie were just a couple of blocks east, in my actual neighborhood of Boerum Hill — then this post would be full of great alliteration.  But no matter, especially since Cobble Hill’s such a lovely part of Brooklyn to stroll around, and Brucie’s a great place to end said stroll.  Mark and I met up there last week and tried a couple more of their excellent pastas — a tagliatelle with brussel sprouts, corn, and tomato butter, and a mushroom and goat cheese lasagna.  I am so very glad to call them my new dining local. 

More properly in Boerum Hill is Building on Bond, where Jason and I met up a couple of nights recently for some drinks and spontaneous portraiture on the Leica.   Shooting with 400 speed film has definitely been better for my metering issues (you’d think I’d have gotten some batteries by now), but then again, I suspect that low light + candles + warm, honeyed wood interiors would add a certain something to any photograph anyhow.

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  1. Daniel permalink
    23 Nov 2010 3:36 am

    This post smells like fall. I especially love the leaves.

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