Manhattan street photos, New York - part 4
Graffiti, shop signs and street scenes
(Photos/words © urban75, Dec 2007, updated March 2008)
Photos of fire escapes, red trees, hats and pasta pizzas.
French restaurant, Soho.
Central Manhattan traffic under an ominous sky.
Wooster Street, Soho. We'd just visited the excellent Wired Gadget Store and left fill of gizmo lust.
Red tree against blue sky, 1st Avenue. This hasn't been Photoshopped - it really was that amazing colour!.
Las Venus trendy furniture store, Ludlow Street, Lower East Side.
A fine collection of NY street signs.
This area is smartening up at a rate of knots, with a lot of graffiti disappearing as the swish shops open.
Weird selection of 'help packs' in a store.
Hollow side walk.
Traffic lights and fire escapes.
Hat, suits and Saks.
Streets signs and Christmas decorations.
Anna Copa Cabana Show at 308 Bowery @ Bleeker.
Looking like it hasn't been painted since the 1950s (and looking all the better for it), you can find the El Sombrero restaurant at Stanton and Ludlow, Lower East Side.
Misty night on Second Avenue.
Grand Central station.
Looking down First Avenue to the Le Corbusier designed United Nations building which stands on the land considered international territory.
Admiring the Christmas shop display, midtown.
The fabulous Flatiron building. The scaffolding around its base seems to have been there for ever.
Inside the excellent Bluestockings Womens Bookstore & Cafe
172 Allen St, Lower East Side. Their little dog is great fun and theres some ace t-shirts!
Pasta pizza. WTF?!