Photo by myself at Great Jones and Lafayette Streets, in the East Village.
A photo from a sunnier day.
When sauntering around wearing infinity scarves and tall boots in the East Village, one cannot help but look around at all the older buildings.
The sidewalks are hollow in this area, like many downtown neighborhoods. These are not the typical poured concrete walkways. Basements and/or tunnels lie below.
Trucks are only allowed to park as far as the curb, for obvious reasons1
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