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The Bronx its not what you think. by dmiento

The Bronx its not what you think. by dmiento

Hang ribbon from a branch or rod ... at the entrance to the children's garden at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, New York

Hang ribbon from a branch or rod ... at the entrance to the children's garden at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, New York

Documentary photography. Documentary photography is another application of photography. It is commonly used to document historic or important events such as War photography. Here is an example by Stephen Shames. This photograph is documenting the dramatic life style of a homeless child. (Documentary photos of the life in the Bronx.)

Documentary photography. Documentary photography is another application of photography. It is commonly used to document historic or important events such as War photography. Here is an example by Stephen Shames. This photograph is documenting the dramatic life style of a homeless child. (Documentary photos of the life in the Bronx.)

First snow fall in New York in 2017 at The Flatiron by Javan Ng @javanng | newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

First snow fall in New York in 2017 at The Flatiron by Javan Ng @javanng | newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

Worlds Apart by craig beds| newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

Worlds Apart by craig beds| newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

Just 350 yards from the Bronx, North Brother island was first used as quarantine centre in 1885. It was soon a home to 6 lepers. Its most notorious resident was 'Typhoid Mary' the first healthy carrier of any disease ever to be identified who spent years confined in its bleak woods. This island was also witness to the 1904 fire on board the passenger ship, General Slocum which killed 1,021 people on a church outing. Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins

Just 350 yards from the Bronx, North Brother island was first used as quarantine centre in 1885. It was soon a home to 6 lepers. Its most notorious resident was 'Typhoid Mary' the first healthy carrier of any disease ever to be identified who spent years confined in its bleak woods. This island was also witness to the 1904 fire on board the passenger ship, General Slocum which killed 1,021 people on a church outing. Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins

Central Park is living an Ice Age by @paulganun | newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

Central Park is living an Ice Age by @paulganun | newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

Just 350 yards from the Bronx, North Brother Island was first employed as a quarantine centre in 1885.   It was soon a home to six lepers. Its most notorious resident was 'Typhoid Mary' - the first healthy carrier of any disease ever to be identified - who spent years confined in its bleak woods.  Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins

Just 350 yards from the Bronx, North Brother Island was first employed as a quarantine centre in 1885. It was soon a home to six lepers. Its most notorious resident was 'Typhoid Mary' - the first healthy carrier of any disease ever to be identified - who spent years confined in its bleak woods. Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins

1940's, The Bronx ~ Do you know where your children are? < excellent image more than sociable :)

1940's, The Bronx ~ Do you know where your children are? < excellent image more than sociable :)

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