More from the archives.
I took these photos on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a bastion of hipsterdom. The big green faces are painted on a couple of old wooden doors on Ludlow Street. I have no idea who painted them, or when, or why.
Lower East Side
Wikipedia: Ludlow Street
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j’aime bien ces graffitis, la femme fleur bio.
I like these graffiti, the woman flower bio.
Hi Anulla! Usually graffiti are anonymous, but these two deserved some ID… they manage tp put some beauty on the otherwise dirty doors!!
I wonder what was the parrot saying when you took the picture…
As far as cameras, can’t help a lot! I bought a Canon G9 last summer and am happy with it, but lar from being an expert…
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, which is still around Marrakesh.
Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
Very attention getting. The New York area is just one surprise after another.
I love always graffiti everywhere it tells me nmore about the artist’s and their youth (citizins) a pitty that its temporarly art….
greetings JoAnn from Holand
I rather like those big green faces… but not on my doors thanks!
Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation Anyway … nice blog to visit.
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