Sunday, October 15, 2006

greenpoint, brooklyn - part 1

williamsburgh is known for a lot of things - being aesthetically pleasing isn't one of them (imho). so imagine my surprise on a recent trip to greenpoint, the polish-latino enclave directly to its north. i was expecting the same boring tenements with asbestos siding, the same lack of trees - but found instead an intact vibrant ethnic neighborhood with loads of charm, authenticity and great architecture. all it needs now is a decent subway line and waterfront access!

more posts to follow...i took a ton of pics.













1 Comments:

Blogger Paul said...

Ohhhh... SS! Let's squeeze in a fall walkabout together!! These photos are fantastic as usual!!

October 16, 2006 3:31 PM  

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