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Street Art Balaclava


found some locals doing a graf piece on the Balaclava station ramp: didn't explore Balaclava too much. i'm sure there's more. there's some interesting stickers around. there are more photos on my machine (katjabak@gmail.com).

Street Art Balaclava

Articles from ghost of grandin


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Fog and a Streetlamp

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY
Thursday, April 5th, 2007


There Are No Monks Here

author: ghost of grandin : New York, NY
Thursday, April 5th, 2007


Murder at Independence Hall

author: ghost of grandin : Philadelphia, PA
Tuesday, December 19th, 2006


Everything's Waiting For You`

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY
Friday, November 17th, 2006


Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY
Friday, November 17th, 2006


21 Rules of This House

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY
Friday, November 17th, 2006


The Past Is Closer Than You Think

author: ghost of grandin : Bethpage, NY
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006


November Thunder

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY
Sunday, November 12th, 2006


 

Fog and a Streetlamp

author: ghost of grandin : Patchogue, NY


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I know most people won't think this is anything special, but I thought it was downright awesome. I was filled with awe the entire time I watched this tree. It was just foggy enough to be creepy, and the lamp was just buzzing like a bee's nest the entire time. While I took the photo, I expected the entire tree to burst into flames, it was just that kind of night.


There Are No Monks Here

author: ghost of grandin : New York, NY


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A few weeks ago, I visited the Cloisters for the first time. I think what I liked best about my experience was how quiet everyone was. Enjoy. A view from the park in which the Cloisters sits. Another view. One more. In the park, there were a group of older Slavic men strolling together. They were so perfect, their presence there really completed the scene for me. Of course, there is the matter of the stained glass windows. Beautiful.


Murder at Independence Hall

author: ghost of grandin : Philadelphia, PA


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The city of brotherly love is one of my favorite cities, and one of the few towns the landmarks of which I've seen several times and never grow tired. I went there a few weeks ago, and found it hard to leave. Maybe I'm just a sap for early American history. Independence Hall. Independence Hall, again. Looking out from Independence Hall, in that room where they signed all the really important stuff. Same building, different window. I personally think "christmas" lights should be left up year round. Particularly in the summer, I mean then you can go outside and enjoy them. The moon, hiding from me.


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Middle Village, Fresh Pond Rd & Elliot Ave


Middle Village, Fresh Pond Rd & Elliot Ave

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Globe Theater


shot of the globe theater blocked by a tree, really wasn't to much of a fan of the place being that it is only a replica of the real thing, in the same spot as the original.

Globe Theater

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The Way to Happiness Is...


found in the disused cut of the LIRR in Middle Village, Queens. Not the kinda place folks generally play smart with sex.

The Way to Happiness Is...