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South Park Changes

The Port of Seattle owns a stretch of land that was once private residences. It’s referred to Pier 117, but there is no pier and the small green space they created was mainly for a large rain garden to keep street runoff out of the Duwamish River.  The black and white image, in the foreground, was where two, ramshackle, abandoned houses were located. I have a photo of them somewhere in my archives.  They ( the Port) left the two cement pads that the houses were sitting on, for some reason. There is a walking path the length of this ‘park’.

Across the river is I think an abandoned factory, perhaps the old Kenworth plant. Not totally sure. Again, this is the oldest EPA Superfund site in the US.

Across the street from the park is Coffee Umbria, a coffee roaster, etc. Apparently razor wire is needed to protect the business. This particular section of South Park is pretty sketchy, so I understand. I am always on guard and don’t stay in the area very long when I shoot there.

LES Street Art

DSC_8157-001DSC_8154-001As opposed to the previously posted street vandalism on the Lower East Side here was a  couple of examples of something akin to Street Art.

Life out there

The further adventures of Faith Roswell…

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Crafting and Inspiring Great Imagery / X100F / Medium Format

JerseyStyle Photography

Because There's Style...And Then There's JerseyStyle

San Francisco Locals Street Photography Pool

Street and Urban Explorer Photography

RESISTENZA

"Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest." - Denis Diderot

drivebyMEDIA

Mostly Music

Reccing Crew

Listen at own risk.

Note to Traveler

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” -Confucius

In Photos dot Org

Cork, Ireland and Elsewhere

Random Bits of Trial and Error

THE JOYS OF FULL-TIME RV LIFE - Random, moody, and quirky--but always straight from the heart.

Say It With A Camera

Mike Hardisty Photography

Milford Street

Above all, I craved to seize the whole essence, in the confines of one single photograph - Henri Cartier-Bresson

Instaology

notes from a Swedish amateur photographer © Ulrika Undén

Kendall Kessler Art

Original Art by Award Winning Artist Kendall Kessler

ALYAZYA

A little something for you.

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