Rain or shine, these Fort Greene phantoms smile on. Photo by Mary Hautman
It’s peak pumpkin season here in Brooklyn — that time of year when building entrances are brimming with merry orange gourds.
Brownstoner has spotted a number of superb stoop displays — the googley-eyed Heights pumpkin below might be our current fave.
But painted, carved, or bare, every Brooklyn pumpkin is as unique as the home it gourds.
Send us your photos of stoop pumpkins and we’ll add ’em here. Email them with the neighborhood name to email@example.com or tag @brownstoner in a tweet or Instagram post.
A pair of pumpkins keeping an eye out in Brooklyn Heights
One of these Greenpoint stoop gourds appears to be of the special batus signalus variety. Photo by Maude Delice
Posse of pumpkins on a Fort Greene stoop. Photo by Mary Hautman
A reader spotted this love-eyed pumpkin on Willow Place
A Brooklyn Heights reader shared these flower-hugged stoop pumpkins
Clinton Hill stoop. Photos by reader Elizabeth of Photos In The City