Photography: The Black and White Project Revisited, Day 14: April 12, 2016

Photography: The Black and White Project Revisited, Day 13: April 11, 2016

Personally one of the best things about working in SoHo is the walk up Sixth Avenue and over to Washington Square Park. After all, you’ll pass by some of the world’s most beautiful and interesting people or some absolutely stunning artwork — art that will maybe be up for a few days before being replaced with something else.

April 12 2016 (1)

(Photo Caption: If you’ve followed the original Black and White Project and my Instagram account, Hornschar’s chalk work should be pretty familiar. If I remember it correctly, I came across this particular piece on the corner of Minetta Lane and Sixth Avenue. But do we really want to obey teachers and parents? Hell no!) April 12 2016 (2)

(Photo Caption: This doorway on the corner of Bleecker Street and Sixth Avenue immediately caught my attention, especially since it reminded me of sadly defunct bars and punk clubs I used to spend quite a bit of time in while in my 20s.)

April 12 2016 (3) (Photo Caption: Spring has sprung? Right? Right?) April 12 2016 (4)

(Photo Caption: As you can tell, people really don’t seem to like that Donald Trump, huh?)

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