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Monday, October 31, 2005

Everything but the kickstand


Low resale value? (Good Halloween colors.)
14th Street

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Friday, October 28, 2005

The Viet Cafe Shar-Peis


Actually I think there are three of them.

Layers


This is probably as close to a double exposure as a digital camera gets. I was pretty negative on it at first because obviously it's not a picture of the dry cleaners like I was aiming for, but I do like how busy it is.

Confer


Flor de Sol, Greenwich St.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Umbrella massacre


Today was a total slaughter. No mortal umbrella can withstand the might of the lower Manhattan wind tunnels.

Hoboken Station


Daytona on 6th Ave.


Last I looked this was called The Tomato Restaurant. Before that it was something like Big Tomato or something. Remember when it was called Lox Around the Clock?

Red, White and Blue



Yes, that's Pearl Paint.

Planes


Something went wrong with the color here, but the point is the overlapping planes.
Greenwich Street.

Smile


Is it more or less creepy when Big Brother is polite?

Pink

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Friday, October 21, 2005

Twilight over Times Square












I went to another function at the Reuters building last night. I had the lens shaded, but still got that weird glare. I think it's coming from the outside.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

When in midtown...

... take a picture of that new skyscraper. Strange how the building looks a lot like the scaffolding.



Lobby to be.

Heavy metal

Lake Zero

From last week's rain, "the tub" at Ground Zero gave its name new meaning.

All in all

Crooked House



Hudson, NY

Anchor




Seaport of course.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Holes filled

Naturally I have a million of these, but here are just a few from the Rector Street pedestrian bridge to point out that those last few windows that were left out for whatever reason have now been filled in. So there it is, that's what it's going to look like.



Waiting

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Halloween cometh


South End Ave.

Crush




Rubble


Last tree standing

I took these during the demolition of 475 Greenwich at Canal. I like the lone tree battling the bulldozer and I like how the block in the background stands alone when you look at it from the east. That said, I'm not sure I like any of these photos. But this blog being free infinite space and a learning project, I'm putting them all up. Here's a picture before the demolition and this is the drawing of the future plan. Discussion here.










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