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I have no idea what that little building is on Wilson Avenue in Bushwick.  I spent part of a recent Sunday morning shooting in that neighborhood, and hope to return soon.   It is an interesting place: historically German when much of it was built, it has gone through various waves of working class immigrants from […]

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I was certain I already posted this image, but multiple searches for it indicate it has not appeared here yet.  The taxidermist opened up about 2-3 years ago and this photo is about 2 years old. True confession: when I decided to stop and shoot, and even when I composed, I had my eye solely […]

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On Metropolitan Avenue in Middle Village, Queens. It’s more of a catering hall and event space than a dance club as far as I know.  It’s been in business since I moved in to the neighborhood almost 20 years ago, although it might have changed names or ownership. I’m not really sure.  It’s really  rather […]

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Another image taken with the Graflex Graphic 35 camera and Kodak T-Max 400 film. This memorial in Liberty State Park is said to direct your eye to where the Twin Towers formerly stood. I have to wonder, then, why we do not see Liberty Tower now instead.  It is partially blocked by the large panel on […]

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Here is a second image from the Graflex Graphic 35 camera I introduced here.  The wheel in the foreground is a remnant of a ferry landing that was part of a transport system for new immigrants to America. They would be processed at Ellis Island, then ferry to this location where a train terminal could begin […]

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