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My Journey to Europe Begins...

Whoa!!!!!! I’m on my way over-sees for the first time and I still don’t know what to make of it. It hasn’t hit me that I’m about to live one of my life-long dreams of traveling abroad to Europe. 382 more words

Geese and Glory

Only 13 months ago, Cosco Glory could not have entered Port Elizabeth.  Now the +14,000-teu boats –more accurately called NYC’s 1200-footers, have become routine like… 54 more words

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Faber Park, Staten Island

Nearly a century before Heritage Park opened on the North Shore of Staten Island, the first public green space on Kill Van Kull was donated to the city by Jenny Faber in 1906. 739 more words

Staten Island

ICYMI: Construction to Begin Soon on Bayonne’s Tallest Buildings

via Jared Kofsky at JerseyDigs.com – New information and renderings have been revealed for a massive new mixed-use development near the 8th Street Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station that will be the largest and tallest of its kind in Bayonne. 155 more words

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'Bayonne Box' Homes Capture Tension Between Development, Preservation

JERSEY CITY (CBSNewYork) — A fight between New Jersey housing developers and supporters of historic preservation is heating up as Victorian homes from the 1800s are being replaced by the spread of so-called “Bayonne Box” homes. 303 more words

News

Shadows

“Bayonne, 1937”, this time. In the same old photo album which inspired my last post, Photomaton, I noticed a series of photos, obviously taken in the same settings, but dialoguing as well through a touching detail: the photographer’s shadow is visible on each one of them. 105 more words

Photography