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Khadijah’s Love Café

 Life is not what happens to you, it’s what you make of it. 

Khadijah is busily cooking dinners for what she hopes will be almost 20 people. She has carefully set up sterno trays along her dining room table. She is preparing turkey wings, parmesan encrusted salmon, fried fish, beef short ribs, baked macaroni and cheese, and collard greens just to name a few. Meals were packed and served with a choice of corn bread or a dinner roll. She named her business “Ken’s Kitchen” after her daughter, Kennedi, and titled the menu, “Soul Food Sundays.” Their slogan is, “We specialize in cooking with love, and want our customers to feel loved and valued.”

She priced each of these dinners between $10-$14. She created a flyer with the menu and the prices. She posted it on Facebook and Instagram. She texted it to her contacts and emailed it to friends and family. “Hey you guys. I’m selling dinners, if you’re interested.” She thought she would sell maybe 10 dinners.

“I have no money. My bills are piling up. I’m just stepping out on faith.” One of her cousins even donated money the first time to help her buy the ingredients.

People came and picked them up from 1-7:30pm. “I packed them in trays, and put them in bags that said, ‘I appreciate your kindness’” She ended up selling over 60 dinners, and earned $200 beyond the set up.

“It’s a good thing I bought 20-quart pot. If I hadn’t bought that pot, I would have been making those collard greens forever! They take four hours to cook!”

“A lot of people came that I didn’t know – through word of mouth and people from my church. It surpassed my expectations. My goal was to give people what I would want to have. I wanted to make sure people were satisfied with their food. One woman told me after that her husband loved my food so much that he told her if he wasn’t married, he would marry me!”

She also donated two of the dinners. “If we’re the city of Brother’s Love, people should be able to have a meal.”


On Thursdays, she mentors at SCI Chester men’s prison. Recently she sat with a prisoner who said to her, “I feel like a failure. My whole life has been a failure.” She told him, “You are not what you did. There’s a God that loves you. He loves you so much, he sent me here to talk to you.”

She is passionate about the non-profit she started in 2018. It’s called A Dream Deferred Foundation. Its mission is to help prisoners rebuild their lives when they re-enter society.

“I just want to help people because I know friends and family who have been affected.” Her cousin was incarcerated at 14 for over 20 years, her uncle was in jail for 6 years, and one of her close friends, who she’s known since she was 19, is currently in prison now.

“Mass incarceration impacts everyone, families and friends, and overall public safety. People grow up with childhood trauma and abuse, a school system that fails them, and they live in impoverished communities. They’ve learned the only way for them to thrive is through drug dealing and violence.”

“When they are released from prison, independence is forced upon them like a normal person when for years they’ve been fed, clothed, and housed. There are so many barriers to getting employment. They try to do something different, but it doesn’t work so they go back to what they did before.”

“And they are still dealing with the trauma they suffered as a child, and now they’re also a felon. The system doesn’t provide you with that second chance. There needs to be a holistic solution that begins with healing the trauma, and resources to be successful, and redemption. We need to produce healthy citizens. This affects all of us.”

She’s been applying for grants and working Philadelphia Re-entry Coalition to collaborate with communities in the city, and planning events to raise awareness. “Philadelphia has a 76% recidivism rate and it’s 84% nationwide.”

Khadijah’s faith sustains her, and she lives her life with a dedication to other people and a joyful and optimistic approach to life. She said, “If we cared about people like we cared about ourselves – we’d have a much better society.”

Khadijah treats others the way she wants to be treated not because she’s had it easy. She hasn’t. . . especially in the last year.


Khadijah is a first-generation college graduate. She owns a home, has a daughter, is active in her church. She has close friends and family. Since 2013, she worked for a large cable provider as a Retention Support Specialist in Human Resources. In the spring of 2019, she was having sharp chest pains and she couldn’t bend down. She was diagnosed with Stage 2 Thymoma. She thought she might be having a heart attack. A cat scan showed a 3×6 centimeter tumor around her heart.

She knew firsthand that management frowned on people taking leave, but she was approved to take short-term disability from May 30-July 13th. She started chemotherapy that June, once every three weeks for a six-hour cycle.

As a result of the chemo and her three different medications, she was in constant pain and suffered with extreme fatigue, nausea, and vomiting. She suffered with headaches that felt like her head was on fire. She lost all of her hair, and her nails and tongue turned black. At the end of each three-week period, she began to regain her strength, but the suffering returned after the next six-hour cycle.

She applied for an extension on her disability through September, but never heard back. Since the leave was the recommendation of her doctor, she was certain it would be approved. Although she began to get behind on her mortgage, she didn’t worry. She thought, “Of course this is going to be approved.”

She started to feel better towards the end of September, and she was feeling ready to go back to work at the end of the month. Instead, she found out her appeal for extended disability was denied and she was fired. “I couldn’t believe it,” she said. “How many other people have a medical condition have to go through this? You never realize it until it’s you. You never think it could happen to you. They didn’t even send me a card. I felt as if I was not important at all. I just didn’t understand it. They’re such a big company.”

Physically she began to get stronger, but her financial situation continued to deteriorate. She still couldn’t pay her mortgage, and then her car was repossessed.

She knew she needed to start thinking of creative ways to generate income. She had always wanted to open her own café, and she figured one way to start was to introduce people to her cooking. This idea led her to begin to prepare and package meals in her home. She figured if she ultimately wanted to open a café, she would need to learn to cook for a large number of people.

Khadijah applied for a forbearance for her mortgage and filed for unemployment. She is still looking for employment, but she is also thinking of how she can build upon her three very successful Soul Food Sundays.


Khadijah’s still cooking. She’s been busy experimenting with healthier options for diabetics and those eating low carb diets to accommodate the needs of her customers. She’s using monk fruit sweetener to make desserts, and preparing dinners such as zucchini alfredo with shrimp, salmon quesadillas, butternut squash “pasta” with turkey meatballs. She has assured her customers, “One thing for sure, you’re going to eat good!”

Despite all that she’s been through, Khadijah says, “I appreciate the experience. It opened my eyes to things I hadn’t seen before.”

She is still volunteering at the men’s prison and passionate about her non-profit that she started in 2018. She named her foundation “A Dream Deferred Foundation” because she believes, “just because your dream was deferred, you should still have an opportunity to fulfill that dream.”

According to Dijah, “A dream deferred is still a dream.”

She’s been knocked down, but she’s still dreaming.

“It’s about loving people. It’s about loving someone who doesn’t have the capacity to do something for you. It’s the feeling you get about helping someone else. I’m not a victim. What happened to me was bad, but someone else also has it a whole lot worse than me. It’s all about caring about the person next to you. If you can even have one kind conversation, you may be able to say something that uplifts their spirits. If you pour out that love, it comes back tenfold to you.”

Khadijah fully realized these truths when her dad died two years ago. “My grief was so extreme, I could not function. I had a house, car, possessions, but I was a mess on the inside. I couldn’t buy anything to make this pain go away. Outside I looked okay, but inside I was dying.”

Khadijah wants to help everyone who might feel like they’re dying on the inside. Right now, she is doing that in whatever way she can. For now, it’s with a meal, and by sharing her story.


You might want to go to Khadijah’s Love Café, but sadly it is not yet open for business. She has had other matters to attend to.

But like she says, a dream deferred is still a dream.

Until then, Khadijah’s life is her love café, and kindness is on the menu. She’s serving a little bit of what we all need.


Words by Beth Pandolpho, Photos by Tony Juliano…

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All Frankford…

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A Bit From All Over…

Wissinoming, Harrowgate, West Kensington, North Philly West, Fairhill, Mantua, Chinatown, Grays Ferry and Frankford. Click for a full size view.

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Maria’s Story

If she can overcome her past, so can you

If you wandered into DiBruno Brothers in Rittenhouse …you might have Maria as your server.

You might want to book her business, Private Label Bartending.  They design cocktail menus to match the theme of your party.   

At a recent fundraiser for a stray cat relief fund, you could have enjoyed a Moscow Mule disguised as a “Russian Kitten” or a “Lint Roller” made with pineapple juice, rum, and blue curacao with a honey rim and “lint” coconut flakes.  At a social networking event for a company boasting farm fresh products, you could have sampled the farm’s very own ingredients in the drinks like their hot peppers in the hot and spicy lemonade.   

Maria is very slight, but her vibrancy and enthusiasm defy her tiny stature.  You might envy her bright eyes, pretty face, positive outlook, and confident stance.  

She is twenty-nine years old. 

But there’s so much more to Maria, more than you would ever imagine.  I will spare you the most brutal details, although no one spared Maria.   

I will tell you enough, so you’ll always remember:    


Everyone you meet has a story, and you don’t know anything about it. 

To chronicle the abuse Maria endured as a prisoner in her own home in Pakistan might make this story too much for the reader to bear. . . with incest, rape, beatings, and death threats.  It was a life where you were most vulnerable at nighttime because you couldn’t lock your door, so anyone could come into your bedroom, and as Maria said, “do anything they wanted to you” and “no one would believe you”.   

And when they finally did believe you, they tied you to a chair and “beat the shit out of you” for telling the truth.   

No one likes to hear the truth when it reveals them to be the villain in the story. 

Maria grew up,  a brown girl in a strict Pakistani family living in New Jersey.  Her father moved the family back to Pakistan so they could learn about their culture while he stayed behind in New Jersey to work.  Life in Pakistan quickly became increasingly unstable.  

When she was nine years old, Maria saw her mom kissing her cousin.  And then there were other men. It was startling and confusing. “How do I unsee this?” 

And without her father around, her older brother had free reign to continue what he began back home in New Jersey when she was five or six years old.   

Their household was devoid of rules until her father arrived for the occasional visit.  Suddenly, everyone in the house arose early, was on their best behavior, and her mother’s male suitors were nowhere to be seen.  Maria lived in a world where wrong was right, and lies were the norm.  It was a life  shrouded in secrets where you “didn’t know how to be with anyone” because if you couldn’t trust your own mother and brother, how could you trust anyone? 

As a teen, Maria found solace in her studies. Books and education became her life raft, and a place she could hide. Friends came easily because she was pretty and popular. . . and American.  But these peers were not friends to Maria.  They were just people who liked her, but didn’t really know her.  And the more people who were drawn to her, the more lonely she felt because no one understood her pain or knew her secrets.  And if they did, how much would they like her then? 

She attempted to connect with her mom, to tell her about how well she was doing in school as it was the only thing she felt was going well in her life, that she could be proud of.   “My success was frowned upon.  My mom would brag about it, but only to make her feel better in social circles or to throw it in my brother’s face if he was failing.  My mom never really listened to me.  To her, it was more important to hear about the latest gossip than to listen to her own daughter.”  

Maria retreated further into herself.  Her father was absent, her mother didn’t seem to care, and her brother continued to sexually abuse her.  She wasn’t able to sleep in her bedroom with its unlocked door because,  “Anything could happen to me when I was sleeping.”  She had nowhere to go, and no one to trust. 

With the support and guidance of her uncle, Maria eventually went to medical school.  There, she met the first man who she says, “liked me for me.”  He would bring her food and flowers.  He was kind, patient, and understanding.  He would visit her at the hospital, and it was here that she could get a glimpse of a life beyond her home.  But it didn’t negate her fear, and her reticence to trust.  She told him, “I don’t know how to love you.  I can’t give myself to you.” And then, “If my mom and brother find out, they will harm you.” 

“My mom came to know that there was this person interested in me, and it infuriated her.  She didn’t approve of me finding a man on my own.  As soon as I got home – my mom would take my phone.  I was living like a fucking prisoner in my own home.   At the same time, my brother was having an affair which my mom also didn’t approve of.  To cover his tracks, he started leading my mom my way.” 

Out of frustration and with burgeoning confidence, Maria mustered the courage to tell her mother about her brother’s abuse.  One might assume that again, her mom didn’t listen to her or believe her.  Yet, it was quite the contrary.   

“When I told her about my brother – she believed me.  And then I got the shit beat out of me. She beat the shit out of me.  She only glared at him, but beat the shit out of me.” 

Her mother decided it was time to find Maria a husband.  “She figured she could pay to marry me off to someone else because I was an American citizen.”   

It’s hard to know why – perhaps the decision was fueled by a lack of control over Maria and jealousy about the male attention. She began to invite men over as possible suitors, and call Maria a prostitute.   

“How am I a prostitute when you have men looking over me?” 

One potential suitor asked for some privacy when he came to court her, and her mother agreed.  At the time Maria was sick with a fever and feeling exceedingly weak, but she had no say in the matter.  When they were alone in her room in a far corner of the house, it became readily apparent what he expected.   

He bit Maria on the throat by her trachea so she wouldn’t scream, and when she didn’t comply, he bit her again on  – this time on her stomach before he raped her.  She fought him and ran out of her room  – a wild look in her eyes – hair and clothes in complete disarray .  Her mother asked without really wanting to know the answer, “Is everything okay?”   

Everything was clearly not okay . . . but he replied, “Sure.  Everything’s fine.” And her mom, of course chose to believe him. 

“My mom would believe anyone except for her own daughter. My mom would never believe me. If I did try to tell her the truth, she would get mad at me and beat the shit out of me.” 

“My mother and brother were working as a team now.”  Her mother called the man she was seeing and his family, and cursed and threated them.   “My mom told me to say yes to the man she chose, and  my brother told me if I chose the man I wanted to- they would kill him and ‘they’ll never find his pieces.’” 

Maria knew they had the connections to make this happen, and get away with it.  Maria became the scapegoat for her mom’s helplessness and unhappiness.   

“She never missed a day to tell me how much she hated me – that I was never born – and wished I would die.” 

“I signed papers that declared us married, and he pressured me to go to events with him because I was his wife.   Maria resisted because she had studying and exams that she didn’t want to miss.   

He would assure her that what was spoken between them was private.  “You’re my wife.  This is between us.”   

Yet, he was calling her mom behind her back to complain about her.  Her mother would then yell at her,  “What did you go and say to him?”   

Maria became quiet and compliant.  She didn’t see any way out.  “I wanted to kill myself.  I tried to overdose on antidepressants, but it didn’t work.   Somehow, I came to the realization:  ‘Why am I trying to kill myself for people who aren’t worth it?’”  

She decided she had to get out of Pakistan.  She stole a gold jewelry set, her passport and social security card from her mom’s safe, wrapped it up and put it in her bag.  She sold the jewelry set, and bought a plane ticket to New York.  Over the next two weeks, she took clothes to work instead of books, and had a friend who would add them to a suitcase for her.   

If her mom and brother knew this friend was helping her, they would kill him.   

She bought the plane ticket for the day she was scheduled to go shopping for her wedding reception.  This time, the fact that her mom never let her have her phone served her well.  They couldn’t track her or call her when she stepped away with the excuse of looking for the bathroom.   

She had a burner phone, and she went out the  back of the shopping place, grabbed a rickshaw, and went to the airport.  Her friend met her there with the suitcase.  He told her, “You deserve to be free.”   

She was 23 years old. 

When she arrived in New York, Maria slept on a few friend’s couches, and stayed briefly with her dad to facilitate the divorce.  Her dad eventually kicked her out when she refused to follow his rules. 

She slept in her car for a little over a month – in the wintertime   She would park at an apartment complex behind a pick-up truck and sleep under a pile of her own clothes to keep warm.   

Maria is tiny.  She was scared.  She said, “When you can’t use your muscle, you use your brains.” 

She used the resources at the library.  She sent out resumes.  She found a room to rent for $100 a week, with a landlord who agreed to rent to her without a security deposit or first and last month’s rent.  She got a job in retail.  And then as a hostess.  And then at a massage studio in Philadelphia. 

She went on her first real date when she was 26.  She fell in love.  She describes it as “beautiful”.  It helped her understand how lonely her mom must have been without her father. “Our dad sent her so far away to deal with everything on her own.  She was alone.  But how was that my fault?” 

Maria loves listening to people’s stories.  “It’s the reason I got into bartending, and why I’m trying to start my own podcast for motivation.”  She also loves helping people.  . “There are people that are going through this is in some way or another.  I want people to learn from my story.” 

When asked about where she is going from here, she’s not exactly sure.  “I can’t say anything about the future.  I’m growing.  It’s a beginning.” 

Maria is a woman who has been able to find compassion for the mother who abused her, and for the man she is in love with but who is unable to commit.  She is a woman who has found the courage to trust other people with her story in spite of living a life that cautioned otherwise.   

When it likely would have been easier to wallow in self-pity and drown in an invisible chorus of “why me”, she chose to self-publish her own book, start her own business, and tell the truth.  Her passion to share her story with the hope that it could help others is stronger than any of the forces that have tried to silence her. And she is not finished yet. 

Maria is not defined by what happened to her. Instead, she has defined for herself what it means to be a survivor.   

“I am more than a survivor.  I’m a warrior!” 

Maybe she will return to medical school.  Maybe her bartending business will take off.  Maybe she will write another book.  But that is not what matters most to Maria.  What matters to her is that perhaps her story will inspire one other person – show them that they too can rise from even the most dire circumstances.   

Maybe they’ll even tell themselves when they think they can’t go on, that they can – because Maria did. 

Words by Beth Pandolpho, Photos by Tony Juliano

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Singular…

Just one, from Old City. Click for a full size view.

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A Whole Bunch…

Chinatown, Rittenhouse, Frankford, Kensington and North Philly West. Click for a full size view.

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Latin Fest at the Golden Mile…

Some stuff from last weekends Latin Festival in Fairhill. Click for a full size view.

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Tale of Two “Towns”…

Germantown and Fishtown. Click for a full size view.

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Two Is Better Than None…

Kensington and Old City. Click for a full size view.

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The Great Outdoors…

Logan Square, Olney, East Passyunk and Bella Vista. Click for a full size view.

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Just Around…

Fairhill, Swampoodle, Strawberry Mansion, Point Breeze, Whitman and Bella Vista. Click for a full size view.

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Slow Monday…

Just a few today, Stanton, Olde Richmond and Logan Square. Click for a full size view.

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Injustice Sometimes…

Queen Village and Rittenhouse. Click for a full size view.

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Port Fishington…

No, seriously, some from Port Richmond and Fishtown. Click for a full size view.

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Back To It…

Mantua, Northern Liberties, Washington Square West, Rittenhouse, Hawthorne, Wissinoming and Lawndale. Click for a full size view.

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A Few Days Worth…

Been holding out on ya. Here’s to cleaning out a small backlog. Washington Square West, Rittenhouse, Parkside, Mantua and Kensington. Click for a full size view.

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Hazy Days…

Old City, Olde Richmond, Washington Square West, Whitman and Callowhill. Click for a full size view.

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In Before the Rain…

Just a few today, Spring Garden and Grays Ferry. Click for a full size view.

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Lots More…

Northern Liberties, Powelton Village, Walnut Hill, Parkside, Rittenhouse and Fishtown. Click for a full size view.

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Lots…

Some from Germantown, Juniata Park, Mantua, Francisville, Logan Square, Strawberry Mansion, Collowhill, Girard Estates and Kensington. Click for a full size view.

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Some More…

Here are some from Logan Square, Rittenhouse, East Passayunk Crossing, Market East, Fairmount and Passayunk Square. Click for a full size view.

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Back To It…

After a brief respite, here are some from Newbold, Elmwood, Garden Court, Rittenhouse, Washington Square West and Society Hill. Click for a full size view.

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All Rittenhouse…

An evening in Rittenhouse, click for a full size view.

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Night Time is the Right Time…

Some high ISO, but beautiful monochrome night shots!

Rittenhouse, Washington Square, Northern Liberties, Poplar, Hawthorne and Kensington, click for a full size view.

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Fuji XF10 Joy…

New little powerhouse! Picked up a Fuji XF10, it’s tiny and great. Great sharp lens, snap focus, and a big APS-C sensor!

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Ritchie Roesch is a photographer from Salt Lake, and he has made some of the best film simulation recipes for the X series cameras that I have ever seen. Click his name above to be taken to his site, where you can see more.

Norris Square, Washington Square West, Girard Estates, Packer Park and Fishtown, click for a full size view.

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Good Day…

East Mount Airy, Strawberry Mansion, Fairhill and North Philly West, click for a full size view.

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Four is More…

Swampoodle, Rittenhouse, Washington Square West and an unfortunate occurrence in Graduate Hospital, click for a full size view.

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Much Better…

Better stuff today, lots of different neighborhoods, click for a full size view.

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Not Much…

Low number and middling quality, Lower Olde Kensington and Ludlow, click for a full size view.

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Four Score…

Lower Moyamensing, North Philly West and Kensington, click for a full size view.

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A Few More…

Grays Ferry, Graduate Hospital and Kensington, click for a full size view.

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A Decent Morning…

Logan Square, Powelton Village, Mantua and Parkside, click for a full size view.

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A Good One…

Just one, from Kensington, but it’s good, click for a full size view.

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Habitual…

Just a single from Point Breeze, click on any for a full size view.

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Just One…

Just a single from Bella Vista, click on any for a full size view.

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A Good Few…

A few from Overbrook, Parkside, Cedar Park, Filter Square and North Philly West, click on any for a full size view.

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Meh…

Barely middling quality, a few from Washington Square, Rittenhouse, Society Hill & Kingsessing, click on any for a full size view.

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More Than Enough…

Olde Richmond, Point Breeze, Mantua & Washington Square West, click on any for a full size view.

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Monday, Monday…

Rittenhouse Square, Parkside, Mantua & Kensington, click on any for a full size view.

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A Few More…

Rittenhouse Square and Ludlow, click on any for a full size view.

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Just a Few…

Brewerytown, Stanton and Point Breeze, click on any for a full size view.

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Four More…

Mantua, Grays Ferry and West Kensington, click on any for a full size view.

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Travels are Many…

More than a few today, click on any for a full size view.

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Bikerz & Bikez…

Just a few today, click on any for a full size view.

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The Square…

Night shots from Rittenhouse Square, click on any for a full size view.

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Two for One…

A busy couple of days, here’s some stuff. Check descriptions for neighborhoods, click on any for a full size view.

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Meh…

Nothing special today, one or two may be of interest to some. Walnut Hill, Spruce Hill, Parkside, Poplar & Fishtown, click on any for a full size view.

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All Over

Lots of places today. Market East, Overbrook, Olde Richmond, Kensington, Ogontz, North Philly West, Graduate Hospital, Francisville and Kingsessing, click on any for a full size view.

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June Bug

Lots of places today. Lots of places today. Washington Square West, West Kensington, Girard Estates, Overbrook, Parksode, Francisville & Tioga, click on any for a full size view.

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Neighbors

Lots of places and faces today. University City, Spruce Hill, Fairhill, West Kensington & Kensington proper, click on any for a full size view.

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Sunny Day

Many more visits today. East Passyunk, Hunting Park, Market East, Washington Square West & Parkside, click on any for a full size view.

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All Over

Many visits today. Strawberry Mansion, East Passyunk, Fitler Square, Swampoodle, Strawberry Mansion, Kingsessing and Girard College, click on any for a full size view.

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After the Weekend

Decent ground covered today. Strawberry Mansion, Logan, Parkside, Spring Garden & Chinatown, click on any for a full size view.

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Places and Spaces

A lot of ground covered today. Kensington, Society Hill, Grays Ferry, Spring Garden, Graduate Hospital, Mantua & Manayunk, click on any for a full size view.

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Many Travels

A lot of ground covered today. Norris Square, Nicetown, CobbsCreek, Harrowgate, Fitler Square & University City, click on any for a full size view.

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Just Two…

Some photos from Fitler Square and University City today, click on any for a full size view.

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A New Day

Some photos from Harrowgate, Powelton Village & Point Breeze today, click on any for a full size view.

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During the Storm

Todays photos from a recent snowfall.

Some photos from Kensington & Sharswood today, click on any for a full size view.

All images shown were taken with a Fujifilm X-H1 with and processed with Iridium X-Transformer and Adobe Lightroom Classic.

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Before the Storm

Got some quick shooting in today before the freakish whiteout that lasted like 10 minutes.

Some photos from the Logan & Rittenhouse Squares, Callowhill, Tacony, Kensington & Northern Liberties neighborhoods today, click on any for a full size view.