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Since I began shooting these tiled entryways, I now find myself running into them all over the neighborhood. This green and white beauty, almost serves as a welcome mat to a private residence, while the two under the cut provide … Continue reading
This one is located on 9th and Bainbridge. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
On Tuesday night, The Belleville Quartet – a Philadelphia based acoustic jazz ensemble played at Bardascino Park at 10th and Carpenter. It’s the first in a series of summer concerts my neighbors and I look forward to. SaveSave SaveSave
More South Philly tiled entryways – I find it interesting that some had the business owner’s name, or the address, while others were purely ornamental. More photos behind the cut.
They’re all over South Philly, tiled entryways that marked former businesses – bakeries, drug stores, and butchers. I walk by them on a daily basis, and this week I decided to take some photos to showcase the various shapes, styles, … Continue reading
Most of the time, you order take-out when you don’t feel like cooking or are famished and need food PRONTO! That was me, until I moved onto a small South Philly street that cars couldn’t drive down. I’d order a … Continue reading
In Victorian times, the chrysanthemum represented honesty and truth. In Japan, it’s a symbol of the Emperor and the Imperial family. Buddhists use them as offerings because of their powerful Yang energy. I love them for their texture! SaveSave
Day two of the annual Italian Market Festival – the weather cooperated, there was a good crowd, great food, music, and the Procession of the Saints! More photos after the cut!
The traditional climbing of the greased pole! More photos under the cut.
My current obsession is taking photos of produce graphics. I spotted this beauty while shopping at Giordano’s on 9th and Washington! SaveSave
Great turnout for yesterday’s Broad Street Run, and the weather was perfect! Photographs by Joe. SaveSave
El Carnaval de Puebla took over Washington Avenue on Sunday – it was a visual wonderland! More photos after the cut.
John’s Water Ice has a magnificent sign, and their water ice ain’t bad either! They’re located at 8th and Christian Streets, and are open for the 2018 season!