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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Standing on a Stoop, on the Lower East Side

Rivington Street, LES
Photo by myself at Rivington and Clinton Streets on the Lower East Side.

A photo from the stash.

A little girl stood on the stoop of her apartment building. This must have been a Sunday morning; many storefronts are shuttered.

Related posts: A Kid's Life, in Brooklyn, Prep School Kids, on the Upper East Side, and The Morning Commute, on the N Train.


Luis Gomez said...

Gorgeous image Kitty. Great capture and beautiful light.

Banjo52 said...

A slightly unsettling capture of meditative youth (maybe this is an example of that old [southern?] expression, "brown study") and girlish innocence in bright light, in contrast to and maybe a bit menaced by shadowy males and $1.00 pizza. Good tension in this one, Kitty.

Ken Mac said...

such an expression. She almost looks like a statue.

I didn't stand on a platform for my pic at Cortelyou Station. There is some kind of optical illusion happening there. I also have a ghost sign to post that border the station.

Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Cute! The sunshine on her is great!

Cesc Sales said...

adore this pic!