- UPDATE - PLEASE NOTE FOR THE EXHIBIT ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016 -
Noon to 2:00 pm
The weather forcast for tomorrow's pop up at Crab Meadow Beach is cold rain with high winds. If that turns out to be the case, the exhibit will pop up in a new location - the Northport Rail (i.e. the LIRR Northport train station located at Bellrose and Larkfield) for a truly unauthorized exhibit at the actual start of the 80 mile, 4 hour, daily journey. In lieu of hot dogs, cookies will be served. I hope you can make it!
Good weather - Crab Meadow Beach off Waterside, Northport NY.
Bad weather - Northport Rail, Larkfield and Bellerose
Eighty Miles a Day, part of The City in Pictures blog, is possibly the first of its kind to document Americana through the lens of a dirty window on the Long Island Rail Road.
This journey of over twenty thousand miles, normally short on zen and fraught with delays, produced a remarkable series of images which capture the ever changing ambiance of this rural to urban landscape.
Each collection of works seeks to captures a bit of that timeless, lonely, surreal echo that is New York.
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