Photo of the day: EARLY MORNING SUNDAY SHAVE
Photo of the day: EARLY MORNING SUNDAY SHAVE – It’s 8:30 on a Sunday morning in the Bronx. On upper Broadway and 180th street nothing is open or awake yet except for a few bodegas and Abraham (and Bobby’s) Barber Shop. I was up there last weekend in the early morning hours waiting to do a hike of the Washington Bridge and the Jersey Palisades. As I walked up and down upper Broadway looking for a place to eat, I came across this early morning scene.
This entry was posted on November 17, 2013 by newyorkcityinthewitofaneye. It was filed under DAILY PHOTOS WITH STORIES OF NEW YORK CITY and was tagged with 180th Street Bonx, Abraham and Bobby Barber Shop, Abraham Barber Shop 4232 Broadway, barber poll, early morning in barber shop, George Washington Bridge, Hans Von Rittern, little boy in barber chair, local barber shop, New York City, New York photo, Photo of the day, photography, street scene, the Bronx, the Bronx early morning, upper Broadway.
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