kateoplis:

NYC from ISS

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livelymorgue:

June 6, 1953: The 363-foot towers of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge got their first coat of paint in six years. The painters could work only in the daytime, during dry weather with low winds. “One distraction they don’t have: no one will poke a finger at the paint to see if it’s really fresh,” the caption read. Photo: Ernie Sisto/The New York Times

this hardly seems like my ny.  but then i’m not too familiar with the bronx.

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jskagon:

New Yorkers know the difference between a hipster and a hippie just like we know that between a schmear and a dollop. Still I think it’s important to point out to those that may be unclear that the Occupy Wall Street protestors aren’t hipsters. You know what a hipster is if you’ve…

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flavorpill:

Stephen Wilkes takes NYC from day to night in one frame 

safari-black:

BROOKLYN BOHEME TRAILER  #Gentrification #FortGreene

i’ve lived here since the summer of ‘94 when my dad bought a house right before everything really got cooking real estate-wise over here. the change(s) have been incredible to witness.

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*sigh* why am i expecting more of this paper?

*sigh* why am i expecting more of this paper?

thestrutny:

James and Karla Murray have created a book dedicated to the look of NY mom-and-pop stores.  Click through for more photos and your music pairing.
(via Photos: Store Front – The Disappearing Face of New York | The Strut)

 so sad: i was across the street from here on tuesday. it’s shuttered with a “for rent” sign on top. *sigh* i miss some of old new york.

thestrutny:

James and Karla Murray have created a book dedicated to the look of NY mom-and-pop stores.  Click through for more photos and your music pairing.

(via Photos: Store Front – The Disappearing Face of New York | The Strut)

 so sad: i was across the street from here on tuesday. it’s shuttered with a “for rent” sign on top. *sigh* i miss some of old new york.

vivalacprincess:

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“So many different people take the subways together, but no one talks to each other. Why are you here? What does this mean to you?”

there are many things i don’t like abt living here in nyc. they are outnumbered greatly by the things i love, like this video.

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