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This isn’t the typical Truck Mascot in that the stuffed animal isn’t lashed to the front or grill of a truck, but it was close enough to count. Mickey was tied to the back of a landscaper’s trailer which was … Continue reading
52nd Street to 56th Street on the Market-Frankford El from Joe Williams on Vimeo.
When Joe calls me after he’s left for work, it means one of two things – he’s forgot something or he’s seen something crazy on his way to work. Such was the case yesterday morning when he spotted this fellow … Continue reading
Here’s a little urban texture from South Philly. This was on Washington Avenue West of Broad Street which is being gentrified but is wonderfully industrial. This is a factory window gloriously illuminated by the rays of the setting sun.
Summer is drawing to a close, and we’re starting to get these gorgeous sunsets.
15th & Locust – Center City Philadelphia circa 1981. Photographed by Tina Garceau.
This is one of my photo elective photos, but it was not shot in the Southern New Jersey town where I lived with my parents. This time I went wandering around the City of Brotherly Love just across the Delaware … Continue reading
Ellsworth Stop on the Broad Street Line.
Emerging from the 16th Street Exit of the Market-Frankford El into the heart of Center City Philadelphia.
Shot at Dilworth Plaza at the center of the city where Broad and Market Streets intersect — City Hall.
Here’s another example of the urban phenomena I refer to as Truck Mascots. Truck Mascots are discarded stuffed animals that are usually lashed to the grills of large industrial trucks although this one is attached to a pickup. This driver … Continue reading
Another of my from the hip shots.
Here’s another Photo Elective shot by Tina Garceau. As I’ve said before, all sophomore students majoring in illustration at The Philadelphia College of Art were required to take a minor course in photography where the students would take and process … Continue reading
…it may be time to take those Christmas decorations down.