Photographs of Philadelphia

My recent trip to Philadelphia gave me a greater appreciation for its architecture and ambiance. I took a lot of photographs of the experience, of the moments strung together and separate that to me made up the City of Brotherly Love on this journey, the ones that also spark up nostalgia. Here they are, in no discernible order…

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Frank Rizzo, Philly legend. And a girl.
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Tourists taking video of the festival at Dilworth Park.
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Subway entrance. We were heading North.
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The neverending line at Jim’s Steaks on South Street.
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There’s always a bride at City Hall.
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Sidewalk art gets a new definition.
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Acrobatics at the Pumpkin Festival on 2nd Street.
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The outdoor living room.
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Library fountains.
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City Hall fountains.
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That social message at the Love Park.
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That iconic Clothespin.
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Pumpkins on a stoop on Christian Street.
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The Julian Abele mural on 22nd Street.

Sam

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