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This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. 
Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island  Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's.

Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. 
At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. 
The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's.

By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and
This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's. Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's. By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and "a symbol of Americans' increasing pride." And this, my friend, is a little bit of history of my dear and beloved Brooklyn. Have you explored and learned the history of where you live? Of where you are from? Please share with me what impressed you most. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the "Eiffel Tower of Brooklyn"? 🗼 Génial, notre propre petite tour! The Jump, which attracted as many as half a million riders annually, was described as "flying in a free fall". Occasionally, riders could get "stranded in mid-air or tangled in cables", although sometimes this may have been for the amusement of operators. Nevertheless, the ride was fickle and subject to shutdowns on windy days, and was not very profitable. During World War II, when much of the city adhered to a blackout, the ride stayed lit to serve as a navigational beacon. Steeplechase Park, including the Parachute Jump, closed for good in 1964, the victim of rising crime, neighborhood decline, and competing entertainment. Although the neighborhood has gone through much changes, it is good to see that the Tower has remained becoming a Landmark while other rides have been demolished. Please go out, look up 🔍 and see what surrounds you instead of constantly looking down at a cellphone. Enjoy the view, cause just like what just happened to Notre Dame, and accident might happen and it will no longer be there. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. 
Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island  Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's.

Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. 
At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. 
The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's.

By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and
This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's. Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's. By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and "a symbol of Americans' increasing pride." And this, my friend, is a little bit of history of my dear and beloved Brooklyn. Have you explored and learned the history of where you live? Of where you are from? Please share with me what impressed you most. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the "Eiffel Tower of Brooklyn"? 🗼 Génial, notre propre petite tour! The Jump, which attracted as many as half a million riders annually, was described as "flying in a free fall". Occasionally, riders could get "stranded in mid-air or tangled in cables", although sometimes this may have been for the amusement of operators. Nevertheless, the ride was fickle and subject to shutdowns on windy days, and was not very profitable. During World War II, when much of the city adhered to a blackout, the ride stayed lit to serve as a navigational beacon. Steeplechase Park, including the Parachute Jump, closed for good in 1964, the victim of rising crime, neighborhood decline, and competing entertainment. Although the neighborhood has gone through much changes, it is good to see that the Tower has remained becoming a Landmark while other rides have been demolished. Please go out, look up 🔍 and see what surrounds you instead of constantly looking down at a cellphone. Enjoy the view, cause just like what just happened to Notre Dame, and accident might happen and it will no longer be there. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
Ever since my college days, I have always liked photographing park benches... Maybe because they allow you to create dynamic angles in your composition... Maybe because of the stories that they have heard and seen... Maybe I was leaving... Maybe I was walking down to sit... What about you? What do you like to photograph? 
Oh... And one more thing... I found this little write up by Leni Leverson Wiener about Park Benches... Hope you Enjoy it!

I am a park bench.  I am no different whether I reside in New York, Santa Fe, Venice, Prague, Vienna or in any small town anywhere in the world.  I remain in place all seasons of the year, in all weather, year after year, gazing at the same scenery.

People come to visit me–some are regular visitors, some pass my way but once.  Children take a break from play; young lovers catch a moment alone; some are waiting, others make a phone call, have their lunch, rest after a long day, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day. 
Some are hopeful, some are weary.  Some are peaceful, some are troubled.  Some come alone, others in pairs or groups.  Some stay a while, others take a quick break and move on.  I see them all but they never notice me. :
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#Igtravel #Igersofnyc #ig_masterpiece #igersofnyc #Life #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #TasteInTravel #Tourist #Travel #TravelDeeper #worldtraveler #bestplacestogo #streetphotography #SaturdayNight #SaturdayLove #Saturdaylife #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #SeeYourCity #GirlBossTribe
Ever since my college days, I have always liked photographing park benches... Maybe because they allow you to create dynamic angles in your composition... Maybe because of the stories that they have heard and seen... Maybe I was leaving... Maybe I was walking down to sit... What about you? What do you like to photograph? Oh... And one more thing... I found this little write up by Leni Leverson Wiener about Park Benches... Hope you Enjoy it! I am a park bench. I am no different whether I reside in New York, Santa Fe, Venice, Prague, Vienna or in any small town anywhere in the world. I remain in place all seasons of the year, in all weather, year after year, gazing at the same scenery. People come to visit me–some are regular visitors, some pass my way but once. Children take a break from play; young lovers catch a moment alone; some are waiting, others make a phone call, have their lunch, rest after a long day, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day. Some are hopeful, some are weary. Some are peaceful, some are troubled. Some come alone, others in pairs or groups. Some stay a while, others take a quick break and move on. I see them all but they never notice me. : : : : : : #Igtravel #Igersofnyc #ig_masterpiece #igersofnyc #Life #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #TasteInTravel #Tourist #Travel #TravelDeeper #worldtraveler #bestplacestogo #streetphotography #SaturdayNight #SaturdayLove #Saturdaylife #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #SeeYourCity #GirlBossTribe
This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. 
Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island  Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's.

Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. 
At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. 
The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's.

By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and
This is a Classic (looking) Lamp Post at the Coney Island Boardwalk that was most likely installed around the early 1980's to preserve the architectural style of the 1800's. Around that era, it was very common to find on Coney Island Victorian hotels, private bathhouses, and vaudeville theaters. The three resort areas—Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and West Brighton—competed with each other for clientele, with West Brighton gradually becoming the most popular destination by the early 1900's. Between about 1880 and World War II, Coney Island was the largest amusement area in the United States, attracting several million visitors per year. At its height, it contained three competing major amusement parks—Luna Park, Dreamland, and Steeplechase Park—as well as many independent amusements. The area was also the center of new technological events, with electric lights, roller coasters, and baby incubators among the innovations in the 1900's. By the first decade of the 20th century, Coney Island was seen as a top getaway and "a symbol of Americans' increasing pride." And this, my friend, is a little bit of history of my dear and beloved Brooklyn. Have you explored and learned the history of where you live? Of where you are from? Please share with me what impressed you most. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the
Did you know that the Parachute Jump is a NYC Landmark, (a now defunct amusement ride) in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, has been called the "Eiffel Tower of Brooklyn"? 🗼 Génial, notre propre petite tour! The Jump, which attracted as many as half a million riders annually, was described as "flying in a free fall". Occasionally, riders could get "stranded in mid-air or tangled in cables", although sometimes this may have been for the amusement of operators. Nevertheless, the ride was fickle and subject to shutdowns on windy days, and was not very profitable. During World War II, when much of the city adhered to a blackout, the ride stayed lit to serve as a navigational beacon. Steeplechase Park, including the Parachute Jump, closed for good in 1964, the victim of rising crime, neighborhood decline, and competing entertainment. Although the neighborhood has gone through much changes, it is good to see that the Tower has remained becoming a Landmark while other rides have been demolished. Please go out, look up 🔍 and see what surrounds you instead of constantly looking down at a cellphone. Enjoy the view, cause just like what just happened to Notre Dame, and accident might happen and it will no longer be there. : : : : : #Igtravel #ig_masterpiece #instamood #instagood #instagramhub #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #travelphotography #bestplacestogo #passionpassport #wanderlusting #streetphotography #ThursdayThoughts #TBT #ThursdayVibes #ThursdayMood #ThursdayThrowback #ThursdayTruth #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #GirlBossTribe
Ever since my college days, I have always liked photographing park benches... Maybe because they allow you to create dynamic angles in your composition... Maybe because of the stories that they have heard and seen... Maybe I was leaving... Maybe I was walking down to sit... What about you? What do you like to photograph? 
Oh... And one more thing... I found this little write up by Leni Leverson Wiener about Park Benches... Hope you Enjoy it!

I am a park bench.  I am no different whether I reside in New York, Santa Fe, Venice, Prague, Vienna or in any small town anywhere in the world.  I remain in place all seasons of the year, in all weather, year after year, gazing at the same scenery.

People come to visit me–some are regular visitors, some pass my way but once.  Children take a break from play; young lovers catch a moment alone; some are waiting, others make a phone call, have their lunch, rest after a long day, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day. 
Some are hopeful, some are weary.  Some are peaceful, some are troubled.  Some come alone, others in pairs or groups.  Some stay a while, others take a quick break and move on.  I see them all but they never notice me. :
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#Igtravel #Igersofnyc #ig_masterpiece #igersofnyc #Life #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #TasteInTravel #Tourist #Travel #TravelDeeper #worldtraveler #bestplacestogo #streetphotography #SaturdayNight #SaturdayLove #Saturdaylife #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #SeeYourCity #GirlBossTribe
Ever since my college days, I have always liked photographing park benches... Maybe because they allow you to create dynamic angles in your composition... Maybe because of the stories that they have heard and seen... Maybe I was leaving... Maybe I was walking down to sit... What about you? What do you like to photograph? Oh... And one more thing... I found this little write up by Leni Leverson Wiener about Park Benches... Hope you Enjoy it! I am a park bench. I am no different whether I reside in New York, Santa Fe, Venice, Prague, Vienna or in any small town anywhere in the world. I remain in place all seasons of the year, in all weather, year after year, gazing at the same scenery. People come to visit me–some are regular visitors, some pass my way but once. Children take a break from play; young lovers catch a moment alone; some are waiting, others make a phone call, have their lunch, rest after a long day, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day. Some are hopeful, some are weary. Some are peaceful, some are troubled. Some come alone, others in pairs or groups. Some stay a while, others take a quick break and move on. I see them all but they never notice me. : : : : : : #Igtravel #Igersofnyc #ig_masterpiece #igersofnyc #Life #Love #Perfect #TavTheDuck #TasteInTravel #Tourist #Travel #TravelDeeper #worldtraveler #bestplacestogo #streetphotography #SaturdayNight #SaturdayLove #Saturdaylife #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #newyorkinstagram #seeyourcity #explorenewyork #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #InspirationCultMag #MoodyGrams #SeeYourCity #GirlBossTribe