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Brooklyn Bound; a brief ode to the Anti-Metropolis

There is something deeply sensual about my Brooklyn. There is something youthfully refreshing about how its streets embrace the borough’s wanderer-friendly semi-urban architecture; something ridiculously tender about the hues of the sunlight against its occasionally industrial walls. It might be … Continue reading

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