Greenpoint Photos Du Jour: Three

May 3, 2009 ·
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic 

welcomenys

Dobbin Street

felizcumpleanosnys

Guernsey Street

threesuitsnys

Norman Avenue

threeinblacknys

Manhattan Avenue

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Fed Up On Guernsey Street

March 21, 2009 ·
Filed under: Dog Shit Signage, Greenpoint Magic 

youknowwhoyouarealgulsiento

Algul siento (the person who captured this choice morsel of Greenpoint glory) writes:

The funny thing is there was a pile of poo right below this sign.

I, being an optimist, would like to suggest that the previously mentioned dog poo was merely there temporarily. As you can see this sign gives pretty clear-cut instructions as to how to pick up the poop. Perhaps the person behind the behind that doled out these doggie dumplings merely went home to get his (or her) scoop?

Miss Heather

North Brooklyn Photos Du Jour: NO PARKING

February 24, 2009 ·
Filed under: Area 51 

moultrienoparking

Moultrie Street.

guernseystnoparking

Guernsey Street.

noparkingteneyck

Ten Eyck Street.

nparkingponmanhattanave

Manhattan Avenue.

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool

February 9, 2009 ·
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic 

morbmugsniffer

If anyone out there is missing his (or her) Morpheus, the word on the street is he can be found over on Lorimer Street! This amusing bit of Greenpoint goodness comes courtesy of mugsniffer.

Miss Heather

Greenpoint Photos Du Jour: WHAT IS THIS?

December 23, 2008 ·
Filed under: Area 51, Greenpoint Magic 

Okay. This conglomeration of stuff (from Guernsey Street) is nothing new. It has been around as long as I can remember (eight years). Initially I thought it was a trellis for roses. In the absence of such greenery, however, I am beginning to have my doubts.

Whatever it is it has gotten larger over the years. Much larger.

I would also be remiss if I didn’t point out that (as a sculptor) I find the assortment of media pressed into service to create this structure diabolically resourceful. Among the items I can clearly identify as components are part(s) of a bunk bed, an ironing board, a shoe rack, several mops, a baker’s rack, a chandelier and a couple of curtain rods. But back to the purpose of this post: what is this? Anyone out there know the scoop? If so, please share.

Miss Heather

UPDATE, 4:30 p.m.: We have an answer! (See comments)

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