SOMETIMES I JUST LIKE
TO JACK UP THE SATURATION
FROM BUSHWICK AVENUE
Posted in Greenpoint, Junk Street
Tagged Brooklyn, BURN, CAB, cars, CRASH, FUCKIN-A, NYC, orange, SATURATION, SMASHED, taxi, TAXI CAB, yellow
From the United Nations on First Avenue, Manhattan.
From Brooklyn & Queens, NYC
It’s Christmas in Brooklyn, people. And my part of Greenpoint, Brooklyn has been known to me for many years as McGolrick Heights. Subtract the rough & tumble junkies of Greenpoint Avenue and add the quaint coziness of the drunk McGolrick Park poopers and a dash of holiday spirit (or is it spirits?) and you are in my hood. I’ve included residences and businesses alike. I especially enjoy the range of possibilities available out there this season; I like some people’s very minimalist approach and at the same time, you just gotta love when people go all out. National Grid says thank you. Enjoy, kiddos! Check out PART 1 here.
Corner of McGuinness Blvd & Norman Avenue
And one last super creepy Santa from Kingsland Avenue
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Tagged BK, black santa, Christmas, christmas lights, colorful, colors, Designy, Diamond Street, displays, green, Greenpoint, holiday lights, Humboldt Street, Kingsland Avenue, lights, McGolrick Heights, McGuinness Blvd, Mickey Mouse, Nassau Avenue, night, night photos, nighttime, North Henry Street, NYC, red, Russell Street, Santa, Santa Clause, Shiny, street, street displays, Tourist and tagged Brooklyn
Urban Canvas was a NYC design contest to pick four designs to use for temporary protective structures for construction sites, obviously in Manhattan and not Brooklyn. Or maybe just places where they know they will actually complete the project.
From E. 70th Street, Manhattan
Here’s random shots from three boroughs that I didn’t know how to cleverly post on their own. Enjoy!!
Beginning on E. 13th at Third Avenue, ending at Avenue C, NYC, USA
An old broken handrail from a different era at Jacob Riis Beach, Rockaway, Queens, NYC