City Sidewalks…

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For the past three days I have been up and out the door before 5:15am, heading down to the restaurant in Greenwich Village for which I did the mural, and working on other art around the space.  I have to live with this schedule because I work a full-time job, but the act of creativity early in the moning, in a part of the city I rarely visit, is well worth the missed sleep and early morning chill.

So, today I am posting some photos I have taken before the streets become clogged with the regular movers and shakers of New York City.  Enjoy!

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Mulligan Place

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Jack’s coffee shop on 10th Street, before dawn

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Diner window on Greenwich

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Fiddlesticks pub

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It’s rare to see this street so empty

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side alley apartments

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Jefferson Market Library

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festive soda water bottles

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biggest bell jar I’ve ever seen

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art deco greenwich station facade

I hope you liked the photos!  It’s totally worth getting up early when you get to see the city like this.  I am grateful!

Happy Friday!

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