Monthly Archives: January 2012

Saturday Snowfall

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Remnants: Long Island City

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On Foot in the Rain

Walking is colder but during rush hour it seems to be faster than driving through that tangle.

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Well-traveled Despite the Cold

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Shadow of a Sign

It used to say “Swingline”. The building is still there but it has a lot more empty space inside and far fewer people working there.

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Former Rooftop Greenhouse

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Sunnyside, Queens

The tragic replacement windows to be found in Queens are fascinating. Necessity may be the mother of invention but it is also the mother of some unappealing facades.

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Queens Plaza

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Long Island City

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three miles each way

It is a little cold for this kind of thing but walking to work makes for some fine scenery.

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