Ludlow Residence Water Fill-Up
In the wake of recent hundred-degree temps, this photo from early June is quite apropos. At the time, the first heat wave of the season had just subsided, leaving the neighborhood with titillating memories of topless pedestrians. This one streetside scavenger, however, was hell-bent on preparing herself with some survivor-like ingenuity.
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With water jug in hand, the cart-pushing woman in yellow Crocs casually tapped into the hidden water spigot at the base of the Ludlow Residence, and began milking the mainline. Not a care in the world as passing randoms pulled the requisite double-takes. Once the plus-sized container was filled, she strolled away.
This crafty water fill-up was definitely reminiscent of that morning on the Bowery many moons ago when two boombox-toting pedestrians sourced power from a light post at Rivington.