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I shot this while waiting for the subway a little over 11 years ago and promptly forgot about it. I guess that is what happens when you shoot thousands of pictures. Most of them are forgotten including the analog shots. … Continue reading
Posted in Adventures in Commuting, Philadelphia, Photography Tagged 2010, black and white, cell phone zombie, commute, grimy, legs, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, SEPTA, subway, tile, transit, urban, woman 2 Comments
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
Because it’s better to look good than have an unbroken coccyx.
Posted in Adventures in Commuting, Philadelphia Tagged candid, danger, heels, high heels, ice, legs, Pax, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, pumps, snow, stilletto, stockings, weather, winter, woman 2 Comments
Another Book, Another Woman
Here’s another in a series of interior shots photographed by John Capewell. This looks to be the same camera set-up, wicker chair and vase of flowers as the picture from last week, but the woman is different.
Posted in The Capewell Glass Negative Collection Tagged 1900-1910, analog, antique photograph, book, early 20th Century, glass negative, John B Capewell, New Jersey, photography, reading, single light source, The Capewell Glass Negative Collection, USA, vintage, Westville, Willceau, woman 2 Comments
Lady in the Lodgepole Chair
Here’s another image from the Capewell Glass Negative Collection shot by John B. Capewell of Westville, New Jersey about 100 years ago. I don’t know who the woman is, but if you have been following this series of posts at … Continue reading