Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The other side of the lake

The far side of Prospect Park Lake is a little weird.

We have our ritual offerings, the making of nice fruit salad. Clearly not the work of locavores.

And here is this sort of trap door, vaguely coffin shaped, that has been bolted to the tree.
I guess somebody does not want the woodland spirits within to wander.

1 comment:

Feisty One said...

Dear Brooklyn Bachelor: I couldn't find your email on your site but wanted you to know about this.

This is a call for entries for the video montage of photoblogger's work, to be projected at Blogfest 2010 on June 8th. This is a great way to share and see your work on a big scale, and the entry criteria is pretty simple.


Any format of capture is fine, digital or film, but the images must be emailed to us as RGB jpgs.

You can submit up to 10 images, at a minimum size of 1920x1080 pixels each, but try and keep the overall package less than 10 megabytes.

Each filename must start with your real name, so something like joe_sixpack_redhook1.jpg

All the images should be 'zipped' into one folder with your name and blog, like this:

The email should contain your full blog name and URL, as well as your own name and any special instructions as to how you would like us to credit the images. Ideally the images you submit will have appeared on your blog, but you do not have to be a dedicated photoblogger. Either your blog is based in Brooklyn, or the images will have been taken in or of Brooklyn.


By emailing us images your are confirming that:

* You are the photographer and you own all copyright, license or usage rights to all of the images you send
* You are granting us permission to use your images to publicize this year's Blogfest, and future Brooklyn Blogfests, online and in print through a variety of publicity materials
* You grant us permission to show a detail of your image, or reproduce it in full, alone or with other photographers work

Email entries to:

photobloggers AT brooklynblogfest DOT com