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Potholes


Just a small sample of the glorious craters dotting the roads of the Montreal area. Considering the climate we have here, you would think they would know how to build decent roads, like South Dakota (which gets colder temperatures in...

Potholes

Articles from NWhyC


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Dry Dock #1, Brooklyn Navy Yard

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, April 21st, 2009


Kirsten Larson: American Girl Gone Bad

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY
Sunday, April 19th, 2009


Burners Beware!!!

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY
Wednesday, February 25th, 2009


Bayside Acacia Cemetery

author: NWhyC : Queens, NY
Saturday, December 13th, 2008


Life Sentence

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY
Monday, June 30th, 2008


 

Dry Dock #1, Brooklyn Navy Yard

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY


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Dry Dock 1 is the oldest so that ships can be worked on. It takes 90 minutes to empty the space, but only 45 minutes to fill it. The blocks that occupy the bottom of the dry dock hold up the ships. Their placement is a very accurate affair, as they have to accommodate every angle of ship to hold it—thus the numbers on the sides of the chamber. They are made of wood, but with cement within. They are placed using the cranes on the sides of the dock, which run on rails. Today, the ship...


Kirsten Larson: American Girl Gone Bad

author: NWhyC : Brooklyn, NY


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In an abandoned lot in Redhook, Brooklyn, I found this heart breaking sight, Kirsten--a once innocent American girl--strung out. Kirsten, it seems, came to the US with her family from Sweden, in 1854. In Minnesota, she faced the hardships of adjusting to life as a pioneer in a new and unfamiliar country and the challenge of learning a new language. store.americangirl.com/agshop/html/ProductPage.jsf/itemId/78472/itemType/SET/webTemplateId/3/uniqueId/25/saleGroupId/310/nodeId/11/webMenuId/5/SingleProductPage/true#moreInfo But then she came to NYC. See what happened next. What happened to Kirsten? Making sense of it, I thought of what Blossom wrote in her review of Kirsten: "You know what usually happens when you buy something beautiful and...


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Wolverhampton

the bus is always deathly quiet at this time of the morning, everyone cocooned in their own silent world, winding up for the day, stealing time for a moment or two of inner peace before the day lets loose. it's dark,...

Wolverhampton

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Untitled


Good old fashioned local Graffiti found on a wall by the Sarnia bay.

Untitled

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EROSIE


Just want you to see this shit! representen je weet toch! wat wil je doen dan..

EROSIE