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Off of South Street in Philadelphia, PA
Posted in South Philly Safari Tagged brick, convergence, ground, Pennsylvania, perspective, Philadelphia 2 Comments
Beneath Interstate 95 or I-95 in South Philadelphia. I have a hard time passing a good set perspectival lines without taking a picture.
Posted in Looking South, South Philly Safari Tagged concrete, construction, convergence, I-95, lines, perspective 2 Comments
Somewhere in West Philadelphia
60th Street stop to be exact. I haven’t done one of my worm’s eye view shots in a while, and I was pleased with the way this one came out.
Posted in Adventures in Commuting, Philadelphia, Photography Tagged convergence, elevated, elevated train, Market-Frankford, perspective, Philadelphia, SEPTA Leave a comment
Heading to 69th Street
Heading to the 69th Street Terminal aboard the Market-Frankford Elevated Train.
Posted in Adventures in Commuting Tagged commuter, convergence, floor, Joe Williams, Market-Frankford El, Pennsylvania, perspective, Philadelphia, SEPTA, subway, transit, Upper Darby, USA, woman Leave a comment
What do you do when the train is late and you’re bored?
Posted in Adventures in Commuting, Looking South, Philadelphia Tagged Broad Street Line, commute, Joe Williams, perspective, Philadelphia, photography, SEPTA, South Philly, tile, underground, urban, USA Leave a comment