Wandering through the back streets of the Central district, Hong Kong, we came across these folks doing business out of a compact, one-person-deep shopfront, packed to overflowing with supplies.
The High Line is a 2.3 km raised public park built along an old section of the New York Central Railroad, running along the lower west side of Manhattan; the buildings running either side of the park are fascinating a mix of old and new architecture, many covered in some form of public art. The day I visited was bitterly cold, though brilliantly sunny, and the park was full of people strolling down the path, admiring the elevated view to the windows and rooftops of New York.
Repost Wednesday! This time it’s the Return of Stikman, the alien/robot/person that lurks under the feet of pedestrians on crosswalks around Washington D.C. (and other locales), placed there by an unknown street artist. I haven’t had a chance to go back and visit him recently, but I hope he’s still there…
Steam from a small kitchen rises through the gaps in the roofs of the lean-tos that fill this small back alley in Central, Hong Kong.