A rare vacant lot with graffiti and older facades amidst the booming construction in Long Island City, Queens, New York. How long will it last?
Smoke and haze in downtown San Francisco, looking up Ellis Street from a building on Market. You can see what this view looks like under better skies here.
After a couple of relatively good days, the air quality once again took a turn for the worse. As bad as it is, it’s nothing compared to what our friends to the north have gone through with the terrible fires, and our thoughts are with them as they recover.
Building on the High Line in New York by the late great Zaha Hadid.
The elevated tracks of the D line in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
A photo captured in SoHo, New York City, framing a metal sculpture and black-cat painting on a wall.
Wordless Wednesday returns! Today we have a photo from our recent excursion in the South Bronx.
Sam Sam in late-night contemplation of one of our favorite artists, Joan Miró.
No words needed when Sam Sam turns on the adorableness.
The refurbished 168th Street Station in northern Manhattan. The station/tunnel for the 1 IRT line is quite deep and can only be accessed by elevators.