11/19 & 11/21

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Working class rowhouses basking in the low winter light. Park View
Turreted rowhouses along a stretch of 11th St., NW. Columbia Heights
DC native, Park View
Georgian duplexes in the Petworth neighborhood
One of the better deals I have come across: Pink Snapper's $9 Jerk chicken platter. Petworth
11th St., again
Inside of Bentley's antique shop. Petworth
The salvaged Art-Déco interior of Ted's Bulliten. Capitol Hill
Dining area of Ted's Bulliten
The Big Mark Breakfast, complete with a homemade blueberry cheesecake poptart.
A uniformly black crowd along an Anacostia-bound Green Line train.
Silje, Tenleytown
The Mead Center for the American Theater. Southwest Waterfront.
The Anacostia River on a particularly grey, misty afternoon.

Images of Fall in DC

Saturday, November 19, 2011

One of my favorite photography subjects in DC: kitschy church signs
Cat, Capitol Hill
Fall foliage, Capitol Hill
Michael, Petworth
Abdullah, Petworth

The incredible, still-futuristic, ultra-Brutalist Housing and Urban Development HQ Building

Fall shadows, Brookland
Red car, Brookland
A monk adorns the bottle of a German beer
A post-fall scene at American University's Tenley Campus
Tweed Ride DC, Southwest
Idle rowhouses, Petworth
The always-imposing Old Post Office, Downtown
A slice of Appalachia in DC, Brookland
A postcard fall scene, Brookland
Stanton Park, Capitol Hill
A very haunted-looking house, Brookland

Instagram Round-up

Saturday, November 12, 2011

The Magic Bathroom
Formstone-clad rowhouses, Baltimore
Bombed-out rowhouses not far from the Pennsylvania/North intersection.West Baltimore
The Susquehanna River. Maryland/Delaware border region
Looking towards South Baltimore
Greenspace, Tenleytown, DC
NYC Skyline seen from Jersey City, New Jersey
Deli, Williamsburg
Fall in DC
First snowfall, Washington, DC
Interior of Taquería DF, Columbia Heights, DC
Dinner at Taquería DF. Black beans, though? I do not know why it is so hard to find actual Mexican chefs in DC!

Part II of my Brooklyn weekend

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Southbound E. 116th St. 4/5/6 platform
Looking into the relatively underdeveloped far West side of Manhattan
A (controversial) mural in Crown Heights
Delicious, Laotian-influenced, Northeastern Thai food at Zab Elee, located in Manhattan's East Village
Manhattan skyscrapers off in the distance, as seen from a largely industrial section of Bushwick
Great Gatsby-esque, Gilded Age high rises near the MoMA
Whimsical donut flavors at Bed Stuy's Dough (I got blood orange)
Chinese hairstyles adorn an Elmhurst storefront window
Presidential Money, Crown Heights
Lofty Sunset, Bushwick
Sandwich artist, Williamsburg
Bodega owner, Bed-Stuy
Saturday morning, Crown Heights
Fall reds, Clinton Hill
Suggestive liquor, East Harlem