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Monday, June 28, 2010

Waiting, in Alphabet City

Storefront, Alphabet City
Photo by myself, somewhere in Alphabet City.

A woman waited for a bus outside a health food kiosk, recently.

Outside a neighboring store, recyclables waited for a Monday morning trash pick-up. Otherwise, the sidewalk is very tidy.

Once a week, garbage trucks come by to pick up cardboard and recyclables (metals and certain types of plastic). Not much going on, but I liked the amount of blue in this image.

Related posts: Scooby Doo, in the West Village, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Cluttered Sidewalks, in the East Village.


Ken Mac said...

maybe she could pitch in and do something bout the trash!

Kitty said...

ha, Ken!

Olivier said...

une touriste pedu dans Alphabet City, on a l'impression de la rencontre de deux mondes, le nouveau Alphabet City et celui des années 1970/80

ρομπερτ said...

It was the painter Matisse who already knew that blue enters the soul, nicely set in scene by your photography - and yes, if possible I would love to try a plate of that Chili. Please have a great Wednesday.

daily athens

Eve said...

I really like this picture, I think it's because of the blue as well.