Snippets of the world as it appears through the camera I'm attached to.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
In every neighborhood around the world there is usually something that becomes a landmark of sorts. It doesn't have to be an Eiffel tower, a Sydney Opera House or giant golden Buddha. Often it's just a store front, a sign, or a small building that doesn't look like the ones around it. Those of you familiar with New York and Greenwich village know this one. Before the recession hit many of those places gave way to bland a boring local bank service centers and CVS stores.