Posted December 29, 2017 at 5:04 am
In case you didn’t feel like leaving the warm cocoon of your apartment, this sight should bolster that decision. Even the fire hydrant, and its leaking stream, are frozen solid. We snapped this photo on Pike Street, just north of East Broadway. Frozen hydrants like this are apparently rare. According to an article published by […]
Posted April 24, 2015 at 9:22 am
With Earth Day having just passed this week, the time seemed ripe to call attention to water waste down at the CitizenM project site on the Bowery. Ever since the towering permiter of plywood was erected at the corner of Delancey, the developers have been piping in water from the nearby fire hydrant for earth-moving efforts. […]
Posted November 8, 2012 at 12:48 pm
By the third day, the blackout aftermath of Hurricane Sandy had already become routine. In search of food, water, and a charge – such was life in the DMZ. Here we see a Chinese woman parked at a Grand Street fire hydrant, preparing a midday meal by rinsing a bucket of shrimp and veggies.
Posted March 8, 2010 at 6:12 am
After a February wrought with extreme weather, the neighborhood infrastructure is suffering. And now that the snow has finally melted, we can analyze the aftermath! New plow-induced potholes are seemingly everywhere, like this one on East Houston at the mouth of Orchard Street.