If you’re out to shoot, or just see Philadelphia’s City Hall you should wait until it gets a little dark out and set up shop on Broad Street. What you have is a nicely lit street with changing colors, cars going by on either side, and of course the focal point of City Hall to the north. (Do I have to say, be careful and watch for traffic?) You’ll find this shot (or… Read More
The view to Center City, Philadelphia from Market Street, near 30th Street Station.
It’s not often that Philadelphia’s Schuylkill River looks like this. Two five-degree days will do that, leaving most Philadelphians frozen as well. Alas, it will be over 50 degrees today and the river, the city and its people have thawed out. We can only look back on the beautiful, icy views, and recall how we never want to feel that cold again. For more info on the Schuylkill River Trail, visit http://www.schuylkillrivertrail.com/index.php?/trail/overview/philadelphia/
I lived in a cave in Brooklyn. Not a rock studded shelter, per se, but a small, dark box that a family of bears could have comfortably hunkered down in for the winter. Come spring, they’d burst out of there ready to explore the world. That’s how I feel right now. And with the view from my new apartment on the 13th floor of a building on 16th and Locust, I don’t… Read More