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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Typical Streetscape, in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Park Slope mini mart Photo by myself on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Just another night in the neighborhood, or the 'hood, as we call it hereabouts.

Usually there is at least one 24-hour deli per neighborhood. This one has an ATM (cash machine). A box with free local newspapers is on the sidewalk.

At the subway station, there is a light with a green part and a white part. This usually means that the entrance is operational. When the light is part red, it means the location is used only an exit, not an entrance.

Related posts: A Dollar and a Dream, Holy Smokes in the East Village, and From the Corner Deli, in Soho.


Olivier said...

belle photo de fin de soiree

Brianna Asaro Photography said...

Love the lighting in this photo. Great exposure!

Rose ~ from Oz said...

Oh yes the lighting has created a wonderful ambiance, reminiscent of a movie setting.

Nori said...

interesting! fine shot!!