A couple of hours at the festival distilled down to under four minutes of the stuff I liked. A lot of changes are happening in the neighborhood, construction is everywhere with glass and steel and other shiny substances popping up. I saw fewer artists performing and more food trucks.
This is the first time in many years that the July 4th fireworks have been visible from my Lower East Side roof.
About two weeks before they leave the nest, mama is out hunting and three chicks are alone in the nest. The Annual Puke Island punk rock festival is going on below in the park. The chicks spread their wings and mosh to the music.
This is the first time I visited Governors Island. It is really beautiful and I’m so glad I did. FIGMENT is a free participatory art event that is 100% volunteer-powered. Basically the island is turned over to artists to do participatory projects for the weekend. I took my latest DIY steadycam and pointed it at whatever interested me. Governors Island is open every day for visitors from May 24 – September 28.