Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
Nice last shot. Just being there, while everyone else is looking the other way, is 9/10ths of getting the shot. Hey, keep it up and you'll have a decent portfolio of NY street images, Tintin.-DB
Love that last shot.
DB- 1st time wandering around the city with a camera in a very long time - - This was my neighborhood in '84. First bodega, first apartment, etc. It was great fun.Alice- You're a great motivation.
Tintin,The shot of the store brings back memories of my childhood. When I was a small girl the corner stores kept everything behind the counter, the owner and his family lived in room behind the store, and you could buy a pack of cigarettes for your dad with note from your mom. Camels, no filters. And a 1/4 pound of Krakow Polish ham, thinly sliced and wrapped in butcher paper. D
wow.. you are living the dream tin tin don't ever forget that!
Nice eye Tinny...ME
D- That's amazing. This was my 1st bodega in NYC. When the owners found out I was a ranger at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis they allowed me to cash checks. Walking in there 24 years later brought back memories of financial anxiety. anon 13:04- I know I'm grateful not to be living on Dinty Moore which was the case 24 years ago. ME- I could use a better one. You still shooting? With a camera?
Dude, that's my corner! !7th and 7th.
Anon- Dude, good eye! That was my first bodega in 1984. I hope his beer prices have come down.
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