Recent sights from Williamsburg and the Williamsburg Bridge. Above, the view from the top of the bridge's south walkway. Note the old-school Navy Yard cranes that echo the rooftop cubes in front.
Above left, I'm so used to this thing on N 7th that I believe it should be landmarked as-is. Above right, I bet this building at Bedford & N 3rd will never look better than it does here.
Above left, the huge pit behind the Bedford & N 3rd building, that has warped spacetime and swallowed sidewalks. Above right, a soft tank down on River St. near N 1st that fits right in with the gray day.
Above left, near the entry to the bridge's south walkway, Intel Outside. Above right, from further up the north walkway of the bridge, a scrawl that proves we've moved past "the medium is the message" to "there is no message, just buzz." I blame spray paint manufacturers, the Internet, and the idiots who post these pictures (oops) for this sad state of affairs.
And finally, below, up on the middle of the bridge, living proof that taggers operate in the armpit of the world -- a pink world at that.