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Here’s my summertime post from almost a year ago;  it’s still spring in the sixth boro, although spring 2012 has made for a mostly sultry season and a lush KVK.  Thomas J. Brown tows

an irregular load.

And with a warm winter and sultry spring, bugs

are so big and hungry I fear to swat.

John P. Brown pushes along a many-wheeled barge, and if you want a scene for a Stephen King horror story by the name of Maximum Overboard or somesuch, you know this crane

could proceed to scoop this fish out of the water.

The start of summer is a holiday for the Dutch (even those who live in Brooklyn and dally with crocs), when they do this with herring, and elsewhere

in Brooklyn, it’s time for

who knows who to transform in mermaze!!

All fotos by will Van Dorp.

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