Photo Challenge #341

Sure, it’s a cemetery. But Willowbrook has long been an enticing place to walk, jog, bike, even play.

The expansive property on Main Street, just past Coffee An’ heading north, is beautiful. There are plenty of paths, and lots of greenery.

Plus a large mausoleum, which many “0688o” have noticed over the years.

Mark Jacobs’ image was last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see.)

Emily Mikesell, Seth Schachter, Andrew Colabella, Susan Feliciano, E.M. Auber, Michelle S. Saunders, Tom Wall, Peter Swift, Jeff Mitchell and Carissa Simon Baker all recognized it from their jaunts through Willowbrook.

It’s a great spot to rest. Momentarily, or permanently.

This week’s Photo Challenge shows another soothing spot. If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.

(Photo/Larry Untermeyer)


12 responses to “Photo Challenge #341

  1. Elaine Marino

    The walkway that overlooks the river at Parker Harding Plaza.

  2. Possibly right by Gorham Island.

  3. Hallie Cirino

    Looks like the little wooden viewing “pier” that goes out over the Saugatuck, just north of the bridge, right in downtown. I remember walking out there about 6 years ago, and the swans had their huge nest right off the end.

  4. The pier to nowhere on the back side of Main Street

  5. Andrew Colabella

    Wooden walkway path over the marsh by Gorham island behind Main St.

  6. Lynn Untermeyer Miller

    Pedestrian walkway out over the river, behind town. By Howard Munce’s star.

  7. Pedestrian boardwalk and viewing piers on the river starting behind Rive Bistro and going south.

  8. Michael Calise

    Parker Harding Plaza/Gorham Island

  9. Peter Barlow

    Interesting that everyone has the same place but says it differently.

  10. The walkway headed to Gotham Is. Some day to the West Bank???

  11. All correct (except for Bill Kutik — sorry!). It’s the pedestrian walkway leading from Parker Harder Plaza, over the Saugatuck River, near Gorham Island. And yes, Peter Barlow: There are many ways to describe it!

  12. Janis Wasserman

    Is it on the old Poses property.