City Vernacular

A non-linear photographic poem, created by the City of New York

Everyday we are bombarded by the words in the city. How do they affect us? Do they guide our actions, do they bless our pathways?

The words presented here were found in bus shelters, on subway platforms, in fancy midtown restaurants, in scrawled directions on urban walls. They cajole, advise, inform, respnd to us from every corner of the city.

All content here is photography taken by Sharilyn Neidhardt. Please do not use these images or mechanisms without explicit permission. Explore more "Vernacular" images at my flickr site.

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