Thursday, May 19, 2016

Sunny's Bar, Red Hook


8 comments:

Taken For Granted said...

Great photo of this classy, old Jeep pickup truck. Now this is a vehicle with style, and lots of rust, just part of its charm.

onemorefoldedsunset said...

Hope you got the chance to go in for a drink. So sad Sunny Balzano is no longer there, though I'm sure his spirit lingers. The bar clientele has certainly changed in recent times, but still a beautiful place. I liked to sit near the open door in the early evening, when the sun was setting and the bar was quiet, and something good like Billie Holiday was playing on the record player. Close to heaven.

altadenahiker said...

Your Uber ride is here.

s.c said...

The car looks terrifically good but also a bit ready for the scrapyard. Nice with that cobblestones.

barbara judge said...

My kind of truck!!!

Chloe said...

You really impressed me by colors and composition. The truck is touching. It seems that it can tell lots of stories.

boromax said...

This is just a sweet composition. The central figure of the well-used truck - wondrous green! The cobblestones, a bit of red brick, rolling steel door, faux-faux 'stone shapes' on the black tar paper fronting Sunny's, the striped awnings, the a/c above the entrance, barrel planter on the curb just in front of the truck... Is the little tree in the back of the truck or in another planter we can't see?

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