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Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, Passing NYC Subway Fine Art Print


Passing, New York Subway, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee print on Epson Archival Paper. All prints completed in my workshop from my original photograph and signed on the lower white border beneath the image or on the reverse. 100% money back guarantee. Full refund or free replacement, if not satisfied. Free Shipping in the United States.

by Jeanne Lindsey

for Assorted Ideas, Large & Small

Passing, Brighton Beach Brooklyn

Passing -- Brighton Beach
Passing, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn by Deborah Julian

“My Passing, New York Subway, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn is my best selling print. I was lucky, catching it one day on a field trip to Brighton Beach, the hometown of both Neil Simon and Neil Diamond. Brooklyn Roads was Diamond’s song about growing up there.

“This beautifully dressed woman waited on an elevated platform along the F Train Line, accenting a gritty field of blue, as a train entered the station.” – Deborah Julian

About Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, New York City

Brighton Beach is a vibrant and popular neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. The beach here is one of the busiest in the city, and it’s easy to see why – the sand is white, the water is clear, and there’s a great view of the Manhattan skyline.

In addition to the beach, Brighton Beach is home to a lively and diverse community. You’ll find Russian restaurants and grocery stores, as well as Ukrainian, Polish, and other Eastern European businesses. There’s also a large Indian population in Brighton Beach, and you can find some of the best Indian food in all of New York City here.

Whether you’re looking for a great beach to spend a day at, some delicious international food, or an interesting and vibrant community to explore, Brighton Beach is worth a visit.

Some fun facts about Brighton Beach:

-The neighborhood was originally settled by Russian immigrants in the late 1800s.

  • There are now over 300,000 people living in Brighton Beach, making it one of the most populous neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
  • Brighton Beach has its own dialect of Russian that is unique to the area.
  • The Brighton Beach Boardwalk is one of the longest in the country, stretching over two miles.

If you’re looking for a unique and interesting place to visit in New York City, be sure to check out Brighton Beach. You’ll find a beautiful beach, delicious international food, and a lively community all in one place!

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