Photographer 'Charles Le Brigand' finds beauty (and street art) at the Greenpoint Terminal Market complex in Brooklyn.

We were struck by the unexpected beauty found by photographer charles le brigand in an abandoned warehouse in front of the Greenpoint Terminal Market complex in Brooklyn. The building's rooftop revealed a spectacular view of the ‘Save the Palestine' water tower located in the neighborhood – and the various forms of street art and graffiti that have accumulated across the area's buildings and structures over the years.

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