New York City
I was driving on 8th and University in Downtown New York City, and in front of me I saw 3 similar Volvo XC 70’s. I decided to snap some pics. I would guess that the chances of such a sighting away from volvo land is kind of rare….
From what I can tell it has disk brakes, single sided axels, no chain drive (axel drive i suspect), and a bike lock cut out under the handle bars. Looks like it folds in half too.
This van parked on the corner of West 3rd street and Mercer, puts a new meaning to the phrase rooftop garden. It has been there for a few days and it is out of reach of most people….
Here are 2 pics that I took from 28th street and 7th avenue last night.
Or at least the company that does there advertising is stuck in 2002. While riding home on the subway last night I took an in depth look at the subway car full of New York Times ads. They were promoting there “Digital Subscriber” model, where as a non-subscriber you only get access to 20 articles […]
I was at the GDGT event at the Altman building yesterday, and one of the vendors had brought a bunch of vintage mobile phones. Check them out:
On a walk through the almost freshly completed Washington Square park I passed the end of a performance piece by artist Ujin Lee. I found it interesting how she used audience participation as a part of the performance. As good at paraphrasing as I am you can read about what performance/piece was about here. Here […]
I was walking by the underground construction on Houston and Lafayette, near the entrance to the subway. I was able to snap some pictures down to the subway platform. Here they are….
I was at the F train stop near near Prospect Park in Brooklyn. It had train wheels retrofitted to the undercarriage that connected a pressure wheel to the actual rubber of the normal drive wheels. Is that a muffler from a retrofitted propane system? There was a generator, and a remote controlled jack hammer, (both […]