Living in Philadelphia, PA for some 60+ years, I had never been at the top of our City Hall to get a birds eye view of William Penn. The photo at the top of William Penn turned out too dark so I changed it to a sepia tone to try to lighten it up. The other photos are views from the top.
View from other side of tower.
View of the Parkway to the Art Museum
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This week’s challenge is all about reflections. This picture is both literal and visual. A reflection looking back on my childhood and literal because of the mirror reflection. 1950’s. This was taken by my father who was a photographer in WWII, a police crime photographer, and most of all a wedding photographer.
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Antique Hamster/Rat cage
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I snapped this picture when I was in San Francisco for a library convention. I was using my iPhone and couldn’t find a spot to get the whole building. It is the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Libeskind – designed cultural Center. This link will show the whole building and information on the center. [6-28-2015]
Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
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This picture was just taken on a trip home through our car window. It was a chance shot, and though a little blurry, I think perfect for the challenge of Partners.
Of course I had to add our dogs Holly and Bell.
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For this week’s challenge, get inspired by the curves around you. From curves in architecture to bends in nature to man-made undulations, you have lots to work with!
These pictures are from my garden.
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Our granddaughter feeding the baby geese at the Wissahickon Creek. She is about to throw the bread, but she doesn’t let go until the back swing behind her. It was so funny. Then her uncle showed her how to toss it in front of her.
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