There’s a cavernous second-hand Thrift Shop on Driggs Avenue in Williamsburg full of collections of old junk. Every time I visit I’m taken by the spooky dolls scattered about the place.
Click any image to see them all full-sized.
The bust at the end of the corridor reminded me of the grim head following the protagonists of Time Bandits.
Finally made it onto the new Second Avenue subway that they started building (for the first time – before they ran out of money) when I was a kid going to middle school and just opened at the beginning of the year. Here are a couple of details from the Chuck Close mosaics at the 86th Street station
Set the shutter-speed to 1/15th second to capture the snow falling and held real still (with image stabilization on) to avoid camera shake. I was hoping to capture more of the contrast between the cool quality of the snowy winter light and the warm interior light but, alas…
In an abandoned building in East Harlem. No doubt the hideousness of the rust-orange bathroom led to the building’s demise.
An abandoned building in Harlem with rooftop access.