Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Rembrandt and The Art Museum of Philadelphia

I came out to the Art Museum this evening to capture the Rembrandt banner; what I wasn't expecting was a huge group of folks exercising at the top of the steps. I was also to capture some other very interesting shots!
Eli Kirk Price II Memorial Fountain
Liberty Bell Manhole Cover
A Motorcycle group from Delaware drove up to the steps of the museum.

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Monday, August 29, 2011

The Franklin Institute: Mummies of The World

Presented by The Franklin Institute at The Franklin InstituteJune 18-October 23, 2011

I had a chance to go see the exhibit Mummies of the World today before Hurricane Irene really started moving in. Because photography was prohibitted, I was unable to shoot inside the exhibit but managed to shoot things outside.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Hawthornes BeerCafe: Before and After Pictures

If you love beer like I do, then you're in heaven with Hawthornes Cafe. The the food is really good too! Link to Website.

August 2009

August 2011

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City Hall Renovation Completion

After two decades of renovation and 83 million dollars later, City Hall is finally free of scaffoldings, cones, and yellow tapes.
Across from City Hall is Love Park.

On the way to City Hall, I couldn't help but captured this water hose.
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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Images Around Logan Square

The Philadelphia Inquirer Building
Franklin Town Place
GSK Building
Bless Philly
Food Line
Newly Lanscape in front of Free Public Library of Philadelphia
Mummies of the World
Swan Sculptor in front of City Hall
Bicyclist in by Ben Franklin Parkway
Tree Shadow
Sister Cities Plaza Construction

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Construction of Hawthorne Park

Philadelphia officials on March 15 held the groundbreaking for Philadelphia’s newest open space—Hawthorne Park. The park is located at 12th and Catherine Streets. Construction is anticipated to be completed by spring 2012. Reference

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The Arts Bank

The Philadelphia Arts Bank is a historical bank building on Philadelphia’s famed South Street. The building houses a 230-seat main stage and a cafe-cabaret theater on the first floor.

There is currently a community garden across from the building which has been approved for an apartment building to be built by Dranoff Properties.

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Flowering Tree on Christian between 13th and Broad

I'm curious what the name of this flowering tree is...

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