It was from a set Dave and I took while on a walk the other day, along the promenade, down by Pier 1 and the waterfront, into Brooklyn Bridge park(s), and then back home through DUMBO. I took this one because I like the juxtaposition of the wee boat and the looming city, ye olde and the most modern, and above it all what a sky. I had a few I liked even better, many of which incorporated the poem railing on the dock in front of the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory. It's a nice poem. My love of visual puns had me framing the part of the railing that reads "scallop'd edged waves" with some waves and the part that reads "the tall masts of the Manahatta!" with an exuberant shot crammed with the words, the Brooklyn Bridge, and as much of Manhattan as can fit in a tiny lens. Unfortunately, those shots were too vertical to feature as a banner.
Anyway, that's it. Putting away the hammer and nails for now.