Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Miyake, on 129 Spring Street, is a Japanese Restaurant. Based on customer reviews, I'd have to say is small, not much on the outside for looks but with delicious cuisine. When it comes to food, I'll sample anything but lamb(tried it, just can't get over the aroma that reminds me of a pile of dirty socks steeping for an hour). I have eaten sushi a couple of times, not at this establishment, and enjoyed it. This 'patch of blue' caught my eye the other morning on a quick saunter up Spring. Still have to wonder about this question of life though... why do people want to paint over bricks? Come on someone out there must have an answer. I'm baffled!
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Hmm it's a good idea, I love sushi! This detail blue in the wall reminds me a map!Maybe a clue for some hide passage around!ReplyDelete
Have a nice day!
They don't like red.ReplyDelete
Revealing! Another good question: why pave over brick streets?ReplyDelete
Perhaps the paint softens the blow when you beat your head against a brick wall? Nice capture, Birdman.ReplyDelete
I like the way the layers show the progression from red to blue to white. Maybe someone will strip it all back to the original red one day. . .ReplyDelete
The paint is 'a peeling' in red white and blue, how patriotic!ReplyDelete
I don't know why people paint bricks, I wish they didn't.
The historic preservationist in me calls out to remind people that painting over brick just replaces a very low maintenance surface with a fairly high maintenance one.ReplyDelete
Especially in New England.
I really like that blue/green color. I also love the layers showing.ReplyDelete
Peeling back layers, like an onion. And what lies at the core? Raw fish and wasabi.ReplyDelete
Do you like the Muddy Rudder?ReplyDelete