thursday in the hood/the doors

Graffiti or Urban Street Art on a door
on the south side of West 79th Street
between Columbus & Amsterdam





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37 comments:

  1. Do you love it madly? Tell me what you say.

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  2. "That's what real love amounts to- letting a person be what he really is. Most people love you for who you pretend to be. To keep their love, you keep pretending- performing. You get to love your pretence. It's true, we're locked in an image, an act-”

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  3. That is really clever from a very talented individual!!

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  4. Great find. Great shot. Love the subtle tones.

    Wow!

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  5. another thing to love about NYC, art is everywhere

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  6. I love this so much about the city- that there seems to be such freedom of expression, and people are not afraid to use it. A great shot, Daryl!
    Bella :)

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  7. extremely cool door! Lusia at just a diary post another cool door ;)

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  8. That's tag art? Wow! Impressive work. Great shot too.

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  9. If you had the key, you could Break on Through to the Other Side.

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  10. Nice art. Thanks for commenting on my Magnolias. You have to be a true southern gal to appreciate them..just remember to bring your allergy meds if you travel south of the Lincoln tunnel:)
    Joyce

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  11. "There is the known, and the unknown. Between is the door."

    GREAT catch Daryl.

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  12. Some Graffiti is so artistic - I love it!

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  13. I do love your doors. This one isn't pretty, but it is fascinating.

    We seem to be having trouble accessing one another's blogs and comments. I tried this much earlier today, and couldn't

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  14. Damn, I love a good door. This is just great.
    V

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  15. That is amazing graffiti. I love it. A mixed-media approach?

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  16. That is a very unusual find. I liked the color against the grey background.

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  17. I love your photography. I genuinely want us to do a book together. K?

    Jim Morrison irritates and interests me, both. Just when I'm ready to toss him on junk heap of random allusion and poetic pretension, I read something like:

    "Death makes angels of us all, and gives us wings where we had shoulders smooth as ravens's claws." He cooda been a contenda.

    It's hard for me to load your page very quickly, so forgive me for commenting on the two subsequent posts here. I llove the pond photograph. Nature speaks so eloquently, and good photography only adds to that. And the Tide disaster aid thing is neat! I love it when companies do things like that, it makes me feel like maybe there's a heart in there someplace after all, at least sometimes.

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  18. You are fabulous! What an amazing door! You capture the most wonderful things with your camera! I'm in awe of your photographic talent! Congrats on your POTD! ~Janine XO

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  19. Very cool! Congrats on the Post of the Day Award from authorblog!

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  20. I like it! Glad to find you through David's POTD!

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  21. Nice Graffiti... Looks Great and has been shot very well :-)

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