Photographer's Note

USA - New York City - The only native American I met in NYC

What do you do when the sky is completely dull grey and you would rather not spend the whole day in museums?
Right! Time for street art! Even on a grey day street art adds colour to the picture.

I remembered that not long ago Brenda has presented a few pictures of street art in Bushwick, Brooklyn, made by a group of artists called the Bushwick Collective.
Four of the locations on my photos can be found near the Jefferson Street subway station (L line) and the fifth is close to the Chauncey Street station (J and Z lines).

These are not the same murals that Brenda showed last September … and yes, this woman is the only native American I met in NYC …

BTW, a bit surprising for me, maybe not for you, most of the indigenous people in the US live in California (362.801), followed by Oklahoma (321.687) and Arizona (296.529).

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Additional Photos by Paul VDV (PaulVDV) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5451 W: 17 N: 13212] (52940)
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