Bus Stop

New York City Bus Stop, West 91st Street and Broadway, Jun 2016

New York City Bus Stop, West 91st Street and Broadway, Jun 2016

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Amsterdam and 88th

88th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, Jun 2016

88th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, Jun 2016

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Office On the Go

Broadway and West 91st Street, New York, Jun 2016

Broadway and West 91st Street, New York, Jun 2016

For many folks nowadays, your iPhone and any old bench in the City is your office. Another in a series of everyday life in New York. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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The Broadway Median

The Broadway Median, at 92nd Street, New York, May 2016

The Broadway Median, at 92nd Street, New York, May 2016

Originally, there used to be a walkway all the way down the center of Broadway where it passed through the Upper West Side. Now, it is planted with trees and benches at the crosswalks provide a favorite place to sit and think. Or just sit. Another in a series of everyday life in New York. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Eats

Amsterdam and West 92nd Street, New York, May 2016

Amsterdam and West 92nd Street, New York, May 2016

Traditional supermarkets, most of which were fairly shoddy places and will not be missed, are fleeing from New York City in droves. Instead, many folks are now ordering online from Freshdirect and other suppliers, leading to a new class of minimum-wage occupations. This guy is heaving some nosh for Upper West Siders up Amsterdam avenue. That’s 24 families taken care of including one lot who get toilet paper as well. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Frank Gehry, How About That

Trashcan on Upper West Side, New York, May 2016

Trashcan on Upper West Side, New York, May 2016

This trashcan has suffered some tragic mishap but continues to soldier on like all true New Yorkers. I was tempted to adopt it and add it to my found art collection. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Apple Store

The Apple Store, 1981 Broadway at 67th Street, New York, April 2016

The Apple Store, 1981 Broadway at 67th Street, New York, April 2016

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. Click on the photograph for an instant view of a larger and more detailed image.

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Mini Mexidog

Dog in doorway, Loreto, San Miguel, Apr 2016

Dog in doorway, Loreto, San Miguel, Apr 2016

Dogs, dogs, everywhere. Particularly the tiny ones which Mexicans love. A preference that perhaps would improve New York instead of the massive megacanines that seem to be the favorite there. Thanks to this one in particular for posing so nicely.

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Colors

Flower ladies in the jardin, San MIguel, Apr 2016

Flower ladies in the jardin, San MIguel, Apr 2016

Most of the visitors from Mexico City have now returned home, so the flower sellers are taking it easy for a while. As always, wonderful colors.

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Number What?

House on Relox, San MIguel de Allende, Apr 2016

House on Relox, San MIguel de Allende, Apr 2016

This house on Relox, in San Miguel, is typically Mexican in every way. Narrow as it is, it has two front doors. Better still, it has three addresses, the doors numbered 18 and 18A, and the house number, between the two doors is 32. I don’t know who gets the reviewing balcony above, or perhaps that’s the door to number 32.

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