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Streets of Philadelphia

A ridesharing street photographer documents life in the city

Tag / FujiFilm

Storm Coming

Been a few days since I could get in front of the “puter”.  Here’s a bunch from all over…

Where the Germans Lived

Germantown is an area in Northwest Philadelphia. Founded by German Quaker and Mennonite families in 1683 as an independent borough, it was absorbed into Philadelphia in 1854.

Philly Yo!

Great day in the greatest of cities – my home and heart reside in Philadelphia.  Hover over any image in the mosaic below to display the tile and location where captured, click for a closer look and to leave comments.

Spring Has Sprung

Temperatures in the high 60’s means lots of people out and about..  Hover over any image in the mosaic below to display the tile and location where captured, click for a closer look and to leave comments.

Nice to be Back

I got yanked out of the city very early this morning and didn’t have much time after getting back, so these two images will have to do for today…

Skimpy Day

I got yanked out of the city very early this morning and didn’t have much time after getting back, so these two images will have to do for today…

Only in Olney

Olney is an interesting neighborhood in Philadelphia. It is roughly bounded by Roosevelt Boulevard to the south, Tacony Creek to the east, Godfrey Avenue to the north, and the railroad right-of-way west of Seventh Street to the west.

Strawberry / Nicetown Dreams

Very short day for me.  Only 2 images to post – a definite deficit – both in terms of “quantity” and “quality” this time around.

Oh well, there is always tomorrow…