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Taco Trailor on the Corner

September 15, 2016

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This Image is from the Start of July, One of my GF’s good friends came to New York  from Japan to visit.  We had gone all the way downtown to the finical district  so she could see the Wall Street Bull, Battery Park, and The Statue of Liberty.  We  rode the Staten Island Ferry across to get a good look at the statue  in the Harbor, and when we return  we started walking towards south street sea port  for  dinner.  Right before the sea port we  passed by a small parking lot on the side of a building  with a shiny silver air stream Camper  parked in it.  We crossed the street  to check it out,  the parking lot had a short chain fence around it  with  tables and chairs to sit  at. The building next to the lot was a clean  plain white with  just a single black mask on it with El Lucador  written above it.  We stepped in to the small building and  it was a taco and burrito shop. We decided to eat there  ordering a number of Tacos and  Mexican Coke, then taking it out  to the side lot to eat as we watched the sun set.  The Air stream trailer  was additional seating  but had  kids  running in and out of it  while they waited for the parents to finish eating. I really liked the coloring  in this image and the leading lines  of  lights trailing down  to the neon sign  on the air stream.  The  neon sign  on the airstream sets a scene on its own to me and I wish I could have included more  but there was people  walking around and sitting in front of  it  because tacos were a popular choice that  night.

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