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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Braving the Cold, on Canal Street

Chinatown, NYC
Photo by myself on Canal Street.

It was really, really, really cold, Tuesday.

Despite icy winds, vendors were setting up their stalls in the morning. The woman above wore a makeshift muff made from a FedEx envelope.

Related posts: Selling Grapes on Canal Street, Soap Bubbles, Chinatown, and En Masse, On Canal Street.

8 comments:

Olivier said...

petite boutique typique de Chinatown

s.c said...

Good for her. It still looks very sunny. Thanks for showing Kitty.

RedPat said...

You have to give them credit for opening in that cold. Not sure if I would and who would be shopping?

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Ken Mac said...

you can see the skin tightening from Wall Street to Washington Heights

Lily Hydrangea said...

& even colder today!

Terry at Blue Kitchen said...

At least they're wearing actual winter attire. I get so tired of all the little hipsters shivering in their thin, ineffectual jackets.

Freewheeling said...

Great pictures and histories, as always! Happy New Year Kitty!