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A Whirlwind of Change: the Essex Street Market and the Lower East Side

Rapid change seems to be factor in any highly populated area.  New York City’s tiny barrios, sections, and areas seem to especially prone to it.  For every stalwart surviving building or business, there are dozens of shiny new additions.  251 more words

Urban Life

My Random Walk

Jestem u siebie w moim mieście. Tak myślę zaraz po wylądowaniu w Warszawie, ale tak naprawdę jestem przyjezdna. Nie, nie jestem turystką. Jestem podróżnikiem.

Myślę, że to miasto znam lepiej niż inne miejsca, ale nie do końca tak jest. 173 more words



I wasn’t born in this city, but Toronto raised me.

It introduced me to photography and it was my subject since the first photo I ever took. 121 more words

Photo Week in Review 8.21-8.27.17

Wednesday – Walk in the Park

Friday – Chairs, Lincoln Center

Friday – Chairs, Lincoln Center

Friday – The Belvedere

Friday night -Roof vents and windows… 170 more words


Angle aigu, culture obtuse

Grand Théâtre de Casablanca. Maillon d’une chaîne artistique malade.


Randyland: A peaceful excursion in Pittsburgh’s Mexican War Streets

PITTSBURGH — The unique art space The Mattress Factory was already there, and so was the Andy Warhol Museum, so Randy Gilson didn’t exactly step into a void when he bought a dilapidated old home in the Mexican War Streets and transformed it into… 197 more words