Thursday – photo by Mitch Waxman Recent endeavor found one photographing the proceedings of a Newtown Creek Alliance workday nearby Dutch Kills.
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Monday – photo by Mitch Waxman One found himself wandering through the happy place, as Industrial Maspeth – here in the Borough of Queens – is
Again, Friday? – photo by Mitch Waxman Gaze at your navel, lords and ladies. One found himself in lucky circumstance on the night of a full moon,
Rue, Wednesday. – photo by Mitch Waxman Long walks, short walks, all around the town. The shot above was gathered at the end of a long one, as I
Can you smell that, I think it’s Thursday. – photo by Mitch Waxman A humble narrator can now claim to be fully vaccinated against COVID, with
Palpitant, I nevertheless declare this as Wednesday. – photo by Mitch Waxman In the shot above, my love of Newtown Creek smashes wholeheartedly
It’s called Thursday, if you’re bold enough to speak its name. – photo by Mitch Waxman It’s Gas Station day at Newtown Pentacle. The one
Tuesday – photo by Mitch Waxman One divides his outside time into “long walks” and “short walks.” A long one usually involves the words
Friday – photo by Mitch Waxman Terror and habitual anxiety color my days, so the best time to just “do me” seems to be at night. Believe it or
Tuesday – photo by Mitch Waxman Staggering in fear amongst the darkened streets of Long Island City, with its peculiarly utilitarian angularities
Friday – photo by Mitch Waxman A friend of mine, I recently learned, is going to be digging a seven hundred and fifty nine foot deep hole in
Thursday – photo by Mitch Waxman Luyster Creek, lords and ladies. Also, a different day than the one I mentioned last week. I don’t get over to
Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman I’ve not been thinking about running for office but am instead considering seizing power as an absolute
Wednesday – photo by Mitch Waxman You can have Manhattan, Long Island City is the most visually interesting part of New York City’s center core.
Monday – photo by Mitch Waxman One of the few times I’ve been out and about during the day, and in the company of others, recently saw a humble