Tuesday, March 6, 2012

"Graffiti Free NYC"

Cute little trucks parked along what I call "Identity Crisis Lane". Heading uptown from the Brooklyn Bridge it starts out as "Centre Street," through the Civic Center and Chinatown. It briefly gets renamed "Cleveland Place" before becoming "Lafayette," through SoHo and some of the Village. All of a sudden it's "Fourth Avenue" from Astor Place to 14th Street, before morphing into "Union Square East" for three blocks, and becoming "Park Avenue South" through Gramercy Park and Murray Hill. Finally, it matures into just plain simple "Park Av" for the rest of its journey through Mid and Uptown. These shots were taken in NoHo between Bond and Great Jones.


  1. Anonymous3/07/2012

    So cool, juicy colorful!!!

  2. Anonymous3/07/2012

    Ya left out Cleveland Place.

    1. I stand correctified and have added it to the identity crisis. Are you by chance Professor Duffer?

    2. Anonymous3/08/2012

      No, I'm not.
      But I do enjoy reading your posts.
      Thanks for doing this.


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