Brooklyn's central artery is a varied mix of stores, construction and traffic. This segment leading up to the Atlantic Terminal construction site is a bit sparse as far as stores are concerned. Of course, running diagonal through the borough as it does, every single intersection it creates presents its own challenges. I found it difficult to tell what street I was crossing with all the different signs.
In the distance you can spot the ever-present Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower (One Hanson Place) as it makes everything else in the area look like complete trash. The endless shopping centers which surround the classic art deco tower barely deserve to be in the same state, let alone the same neighborhood.