Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Noteworthy, mos def.

Another very locked door in the subway station. 
exit the subway

Aggressive jury-rigging, Nostrand Ave just north of Lafayette Ave. 

same same

A landscaping and gardening business on Fulton Ave. with a jury-rigged sensibility, which I like.

Hacking the space above the bay window.

A pin oak tree that never branched out on Lafayette Ave.

and next to it, what a pin oak is supposed to look like, people!

The largest magnolia tree north of the Mason-Dixon line is on Lafayette Ave. at the Hattie Carthan Cultural Center, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. And it didn't lose its leaves this winter.

Across the street from the largest magnolia tree are smaller ones with new buds. You know what that means, right?

A sure sign of Spring in NY - very large and very dirty, trash-filled mounds of snow on every block.
A preacher on Throop Ave. just north of Fulton Street.

A curious-looking lamp. Why didn't they get rid of it sooner, I wonder.
The best mural. On Fulton Street near Classon.
What I like to think of as ironic street art, more like a quotation of street art.