I found myself walking North towards the bodega on a hot and humid afternoon in Brooklyn. Sweat clung to every inch of cotton covering my body. I saw a rushing flow of water underfoot as I stepped up the curb, and panned my head right towards its source. Abruptly pivoting 90° I found a few people from the neighborhood enjoying an open fire hydrant, spraying anyone who wanted to get wet, and sometimes playing jokes on pedestrians who tried to avoid the torrent. The cops even stopped by for a quick wash, and we sent them on their way with a small volley of water balloons. I added a few videos of the antics to my SnapChat (RyanStruckPhoto) and hung around with my camera to photograph the fun.
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