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Wednesday, June 24 2015

A Being and Nothingness at the W4th Street Stop

nothingness grafitti at west 4th street subway stop

Almost.

On the topic of: Commuting, Fluorescent Lights, Manhattan, NYC, Subways

Images in this Blogski: 1

Saturday, June 6 2015

Kool Kones with Grandma

Grandma Kool Kones in Pittsburgh, PA

After spending the day at my grandparents' house cleaning and organizing my grandparents' remaining belongings while I wandered around taking photos of the place and Grandma sat patiently on a comfortable chair, Ma took Gma and I out for ice cream. 

On the topic of: Eating, Family, Grandparents, Ice Cream, McCandless, Pittsburgh, Roadside attractions, Snacking

Images in this Blogski: 2

Thursday, June 4 2015

Your Therapist Will Miss You

marbles scattered on nyc street

Found your marbles. 

On the topic of: Idioms, Jokes, Manhattan, Marbles, NYC, Snapshots

Images in this Blogski: 2

Saturday, May 2 2015

NYC May Day March, 2015 - Participants

marchers at may day nyc 2015

There's a group for seemingly every cause, people from seemingly everywhere gathered in one place to make a statement. Another observer described it as "like the character select screen from Street Fighter out here." 

There are signs in all languages. One chant drowns out another. It can be overwhelming, since it seems like there are just too many causes to care about. It's also a good reminder of just how diverse this city is. 

On the topic of: Civil Disobedience, Manhattan, Marches, May Day, NYC, observers, Power, Protests

Images in this Blogski: 20

Saturday, May 2 2015

NYC May Day March, 2015 - Observers

Man documenting the May Day March long 2nd Avenue

The NYC Marathon brings the best out of New Yorkers, who cheer on passing strangers toward what they're striving for. The May Day march brings out the opposite sentiments towards those strangers.

I heard myriad murmured complaints about the marchers (scum, thugs, liberals)  and the causes they were championing (stupid, pointless, useless), but the most frequent was over the inconveniences that an exercise in civil disobedience inflicts upon an evening commute – and on a Friday!

On the topic of: Cameras, Civil Disobedience, iPhones, Manhattan, Marches, May Day, Outrage, Protests

Images in this Blogski: 21

Thursday, April 30 2015

Observing Leslie Allison's Bath Piece at the Room and Board Salon

Leslie Allison's Bath Piece at the Room and Board Salon #4

I'm observing Leslie Allison's Bath Piece at the Room and Board Salon #4 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, across the street from my old apartment, so I can properly shoot the cleansing chorale later tonight.

On the topic of: Art, Brooklyn, Events, Music, NYC, Performances, Williamsburg

Images in this Blogski: 1

Monday, April 6 2015

A Short-lived Ed Snowden Statue in Fort Greene Park

The Snowden statue story was a bust. By 1pm, all that was left for reporters to cover was an empty pedestal and scattered, departing detectives.

On the topic of: Art, Brooklyn, Ed Snowden, Fort Greene, News, NSA, Reporters, Snapshots

Images in this Blogski: 1
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