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Tag Archives: Philadelphia
This is another picture I shot back when I was in art school in the early 1980s. Illustration majors were required to take a pricey photography course. As a sophomore, I didn’t know my ass from my elbow so I … Continue reading
Rumor is that they’re renovating to reopen, but it’s quiet.
A very wet train platform at 69th Street Terminal.
Claire was an elderly neighbor of my friend Bill’s who passed away. Her family was looking to clear out her home, among her belongings was this wonderful sewing machine – they offered it to Bill. Since Bill doesn’t sew – I’ve got … Continue reading
This spectacular atmospheric display is over Washington Avenue in South Philadelphia. I shot this back in November of 2007.
Off of Locust Street between 12th and 13th Streets.
There’s a reason he only comes out at night — his costume looks better. …and Robin doesn’t even try anymore.
I spied this on my way home from work on a frigid Christmas Eve. Rodman Street is in between Lombard and South Streets in Philadelphia, PA.