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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Graffiti, in the East Village

Graffiti, nyc
Photo by myself, somewhere in the East Village.

A painting of a robed woman lingers enticingly in a doorway.

We just sailed through a rainy and extremely humid Labor Day Weekend, here. As per tradition, the US Open is going on in nearby Queens.

Unlike tradition, though, many of the games weren't televised over the weekend because of disputes between the tv channel airing the matches (CBS) and Time Warner, the cable company. It was very, very strange (and annoying) not to hear the games in the background. Mark and I watched them online.

All was resolved by Monday though, just in time for the Federer game, a painful game to watch.

Related posts: Random Graffiti, on Second Avenue, Graffiti, Soho, and Graff Attack, in the Meatpacking District.

3 comments:

Olivier said...

étrange rencontre ;) c'est tout NYC ça

Lily Hydrangea said...

Wow! I love this - the graffiti & the photograph.

How bogus is that about not being able to watch the games on TV? I really dislike that sort of thing. You'd think they'd get it together in time for the holiday weekend.
Oh well... today is a beautiful day, a reprieve from the humidity & that's what counts most.
; )

biebkriebels said...

I would call it a mural and not graffiti, it is beautiful made, like a real painting.