Thursday, Brü, Thursday. – photo by Mitch Waxman Priorities are a big deal for a humble narrator. First thing’s first, and there’s other less
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There’s always a one in seven chance that it’s Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman So – you’ve got the NYC Ferry and the Staten Island
Hey, it’s Tuesday again. – photo by Mitch Waxman As mentioned yesterday, one has spent an extraordinary amount of time in the last week out on
Monday – photo by Mitch Waxman Whew, what a couple of weeks. One has walked or ridden a boat into 4 of the 5 Boroughs, including… Staten
Thursday – photo by Mitch Waxman Recent endeavor found one photographing the proceedings of a Newtown Creek Alliance workday nearby Dutch Kills.
Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman Umbrella? Yeah, better bring one. As mentioned in previous posts, one has been experiencing several annoying and
Friday – photo by Mitch Waxman Given my new proclivity towards antiviral immunity, recent scuttles have been routed with a formerly insane
Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman One does enjoy it when they accidentally leave the industrial fences open, over at the Dutch Kills tributary of
Tuesday – photo by Mitch Waxman About a hundred and change years ago, roughly a hundred horses a day would die of exhaustion and overwork
Monday – photo by Mitch Waxman So yeah, I get a bit depressed occasionally. Part of being mentally healthy – most of the time – is realizing
Friday – photo by Mitch Waxman A recent visit to the Empire State Building observation deck cost me $41, plus subway fares. That’s the price you
Thursday – photo by Mitch Waxman The least developed and most interesting character in the Star Wars fictional universe – to me, at least – is
Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman That’s the Whale Creek tributary of the larger Newtown Creek pictured above. The nomenclature of “Whale
Tuesday – photo by Mitch Waxman Yup, still working on this shot at Queens Plaza. Just a matter of time till the right time and place collide.
Friday – photo by Mitch Waxman A recent scuttle found me soiling the sidewalks outside of Aviation High School, painting the sidewalks with the