"Brooklynites" is my view of Brooklyn. Recently moved here, I found myself really attracted by the beauty of this industrial neighborhood where you can find trash, empty cars, bodega cats, beautiful deserted streets, trucks or little butterfly garden in the middle of nowhere. I’m interested in finding beauty in everyday objects, elevating these objects and giving new life to them. So objects and scenes that usually could be irrelevant became magical.
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