I have no idea what this thing is — a picture frame with two openings, covered in algae? It was shot during low tide near Kingsborough.

Photo by Randy Contello

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  • http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/ Ned Berke

    Um. I’m pretty sure it’s a cinder block.

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

       Yep, the simplest answers are always the best.

      • Whwsailboat

        Your showing your age. Cinderblocks haven’t been made in years. Its a cement block.

    • ES

      It’s not a thing I have much experience with in my daily life, so, as Steve Martin would say, “Well, excuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuse me!”

  • Thebareheadedwoman

     is it iron, some kind of ship strap buckle?

    • BrooklynBus

      Looks like part of a belt buckle to me

      • Georgia

        Yes I agree a belt buckle that’s what it reminds of

        • BrooklynBus

          Apparently it was larger, so it might have come from a ship.

  • http://www.bigapplesewer.com/ Master Plumber

    Leon M. Goldstein High School Class of 2000?

  • Dicesmom1

    Definitely was a cinder block in its previous life!

  • nolastname

    OK, Randy. I can’t tell if that’s a rust spot on the right…ergo buckle or how big the muscles are….possible portion of a cinderblock.
    Proportion man, if it was a cinderblock that would be some corse sand.
    I’m getting a headache.

  • nolastname

    Ya’ got another angle?

  • brooklyn native

    looks like a dive belt weight.

  • randyice

    it was metal… not brick… no clue what it is… but it was about 8 inchs across, and just looked cool, why i took the shot lol

    sorta a green lantern feeling it gives me

    • Thebareheadedwoman

      the Hulk’s belt buckle?  he never lost the pants but usually the button and the belt~chuckles~