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See Salt 2.  Sidewalks, steps, and streets soon taste this

in the five boros and beyond.  Salt arrives at Atlantic Salt,

along Richmond Terrace.  And to continue yesterday’s motif,

this is the operator who empties

Chryssa K,

2002-built bulk carrier,

she who seasons our pathways,

who melts the city’s icy

winter

heart and all its tracks and trails, allowing

her lifeblood, her traffic to flow.

All fotos taken today by Will Van Dorp.

By the way, the tower in fotos 1 and 2 is sometimes called Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower.  Also, in those fotos, you can see dredge New York.

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