a ‘london particular’ makes the departure board at london’s liverpool street station hard to read through the swirling mist. the clean air act of 1956 improved things but took a number of years to implement and heavy fogs continued for some years.
homeless in chelsea. successive new york mayors have tried to tackle the city’s perennial problem of homelessness—some showed zero tolerance, while others adopted a more paternalistic approach. a poignant photograph of new york’s forgotten population, 1985.
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an overhead shot of the sunken plaza, featuring a gilded bronze statue of the titan prometheus from greek mythology, in front of 30 rockefeller center (the RCA building). during the winter months, the plaza is converted into an ice skating rink.
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THE SHINING SUN.
— ANNIE FINCH
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