That is how I would describe Jane's Carousel, the restored 1922 gem that sparkles at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge. It's the undisputed star of the DUMBO Art Festival, making all the latest, ironic "interactive installations" look drab and contrived.
A wedding party (Russian, we guessed) took a romantic spin.
The groomsmen took care of the handheld electronic devices, along with a smuggled-aboard open champagne bottle (not shown). Jane's Carousel is the only one I've seen where people compulsively take pictures from inside looking out, as the Manhattan skyline whirls past.
Everyone is a kid again, including dads...and other grown-ups.
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