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#1 2010-02-26 21:49:16

Tairaku 太楽
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iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc123/Tairaku/viewfromseiza.jpg

Myoan 2.0, Okubo Kodo 1.9, bust of Samuel Beckett, statue of Fuke, incense burner with fundoshi, Japanese bells, sunglasses and tea accoutrements.


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#2 2010-02-27 07:21:38

Rick Riekert
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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

Nice brickwork.


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#3 2010-02-27 08:33:35

Tairaku 太楽
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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

Rick Riekert wrote:

Nice brickwork.

The building is "Heritage Listed". Convict brickwork.


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#4 2010-02-27 10:21:52

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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

Tairaku wrote:

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc12 … mseiza.jpg

Myoan 2.0, Okubo Kodo 1.9, bust of Samuel Beckett, statue of Fuke, incense burner with fundoshi, Japanese bells, sunglasses and tea accoutrements.

http://www.yungflutes.com/logphotos/workbench..jpg

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I recently moved the shop down the street. The building is Upper West Side, Pre-war.


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#5 2010-02-27 12:45:39

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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

My altar  smile



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#6 2010-02-27 18:25:23

waryr
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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

Yungflutes wrote:

Tairaku wrote:

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc12 … mseiza.jpg

Myoan 2.0, Okubo Kodo 1.9, bust of Samuel Beckett, statue of Fuke, incense burner with fundoshi, Japanese bells, sunglasses and tea accoutrements.

http://www.yungflutes.com/logphotos/workbench..jpg

My alter smile

I recently moved the shop down the street. The building is Upper West Side, Pre-war.

Civil or Revolutionary?big_smile


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#7 2010-03-01 07:43:41

Yungflutes
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Re: iPhone pic of the view from my seiza bench at Chado

Dust wrote:

My altar  smile


http://www.audioheritage.org/html/histo bl-pro.htm

What a stack!

waryr wrote:

Yungflutes wrote:

Tairaku wrote:

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc12 … mseiza.jpg

Myoan 2.0, Okubo Kodo 1.9, bust of Samuel Beckett, statue of Fuke, incense burner with fundoshi, Japanese bells, sunglasses and tea accoutrements.

http://www.yungflutes.com/logphotos/workbench..jpg

My alter smile

I recently moved the shop down the street. The building is Upper West Side, Pre-war.

Civil or Revolutionary?big_smile

Hi Dave,
Pre-war in NYC usually refers to buildings on the Upper West or East sides that were built between 1920 - WWII  (as opposed to older tenement apartments). These buildings were built for the emerging wealthy class of the times. They are usually bigger (more rooms, higher ceilings, hallways, maid's room etc..) and had nice details - period mouldings, light fixtures etc...

Living in a Pre-war used to imply that you lived on the right side of the tracks smile


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