Here are my favorite shots chronicling 2014 in Philadelphia. It was beyond refreshing to move into the city I grew up so close to but never really got to know like a local. And I took to exploring it quickly.
Traffic moves even though the Schuylkill was frozen still for much of the winter.
Logan Square covered in snow.
I spend hours staring out the window of our 13th story apartment. The sunsets, the city views–coming from a dark, ground floor shoe box in Brooklyn, this was a luxury.
The Philadelphia skyline in a glass, looking west.
Lightening strikes the city, as seen from my window.
Ben Franklin Bridge glows from center city.
Crab man always has a good view. Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Broad Street, looking north.
Horse fountain west of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The blue hour view of Market Street, Philadelphia.
I mean, come on, best place for cheese in the city. 9th Street, Italian Market.
Love Park is the place to be around the holidays.
Taking in the evening glow somewhere near Rittenhouse.
Evening traffic makes the turn around Rittenhouse Square.
A Septa train enters the tunnel between 30th Street Station and Suburban Station.
Reflections of the newly completed Dilworth Park at City Hall.
The hippest parking lot in the city, Ben Franklin Parkway and the Art Museum.
Miracle on 13th Street, Passyunk Square, South Philly
Taking in the view of Passyunk Square. (That’s me.)
11th Street heading north. Signs of the old city.
Starting 2015 off with a bang, and some snow: