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I blamed Christina Sun aka bowsprite for starting permutations of “tugster,” but I’m not revealing any great secret to say I’m glad for her influence.  Unrelated to that and her, I went to a new part of the “terre-est boros” the other day, of course a boat was involved . . .

but more on that later . . .

stopped at a stop light, looked to my right, thought . . .  “funny, I’d been talking to my son about Utagawa Kuniyoshi just the other day . . .

and decided immediately to pull over and enjoy this version of masks on buildings.  I took this batch in four minutes flat!!  I stayed in the neighborhood for about an hour.

 

Every direction I walked,

 

and

every which way I looked . . . there were more.

Let me know if you’re interested in seeing more . . .

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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