Another Gowanus Street Photography session. Today my eyes were mesmerized by this amazing Werc Alvarez piece. He is a Mexican artist who grew up in the U.S but you can find some of his works spread all over the globe. What's your view folks?
Another session of Street Photography in Gowanus. The area is a mid-level manufacturing zone, gathering scrap metal yards, grizzled artist, cans and bottle's collectors, old-school residents and some very interesting & friendly people. The water and the land along the banks of the canal are extremely dirty and polluted and in the old days the water was known to be a dumping ground for the Mafia and all the local crime
On the west side of Manhattan near 46th street you can find the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space museum. It showcases the World War II aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, a Concorde SST, a Lockheed A-12 supersonic reconnaissance plane, the submarine USS Growler, the amazing Space Shuttle Enterprise and many mores planes and things. A great place to see some amazing engineering marvels and some terrible war tools.
Central Park always amazes me. A man made place that includes seven lakes, 250 acres of gardens, 136 acres of woodlands, 93 kilometers of walking pathways and 36 bridges and arches. Let's go get lost in this place!
The Brooklyn Bridge Park area has changed so much in those years! Basketball courts, picnic tables, bocce, handball, shuffleboard courts, fitness equipment, playgrounds, football fields, rugby fields, lacrosse, cricket, sand volleyball courts, sailing programs, kayaking, fishing spots, bbq areas, bouldering, horticulture areas and who know what else... All this activities includes that magic skyline view.
Experimenting with all kinds of street food between Chinatown and a little Italy. If you know where to go this place is a real paradise full of colors and tastes, of course I mean the Chinatown part...