This is the southern view of the Henry Street Underpass. You can see the heavy growth of shrubs surrounding and the slope in the street described for the first print. To the bottom left of the steel "X" you can see one the drains that tend to work very slowly when rainstorms hit and cause the street to transform into a small river.
Large wall spaces like this and the one facing it are hard for graffiti artists to resist. It would nice if city officials were to authorize some of the more talented graffiti artists around to cut loose and beautify the space with some of their most imaginative images.
As with the Henry Street Underpass Number 1 photograph, this one was also shot in color using an applied sepia filter to accent the antique-like design of the historic underpass itself. The mixed-media abstract art used for the frame is similar in style to the first's but different in color scheme and pattern.