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Thursday, July 31, 2014

A walk down Broadway

By Marisol Diaz
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Skye Tiller trains at Van Cortlandt Park early on Oct. 2.
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Matthew McClafferty crosses the Broadway Bridge on Oct. 1.
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West Pyles and Greg Patterson play dominos with some friends near 5360 Broadway on Oct. 1.
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Derrick Dixon walks along the No. 1 train platform on his way home to the Promenade building on Oct. 1.
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Garden Gourmet workers clean in front of the store on Oct. 20.
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Clint Debree and Arthur Fabregas play racquetball on Oct. 2. They meet at the Van Cortlandt Park handball courts three times a week.
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Adriana Alvarez, 7, waits with her dad, Andres Alvarez, at Broadway Laundromat on Oct. 20.
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High Ridge News lights up the corner of West 238th Street and Broadway on Oct. 20.
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The No. 1 train glides above Broadway at West 230th Street on Oct. 20.
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Broadway is not just a name or a vast avenue. It’s a gathering of people from diverse cultures, upbringings and characteristics all in the process of experiencing their individual realities. It has texture, sound and smell. It has life! As I walked our small stretch of Broadway at different times of day, I closed my eyes, meditating on the surrounding and listened, letting the avenue dictate where and when to capture a moment. The medium of black and white photography is used to eliminate the distraction of color and illuminate the purity of street life.

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