• The Fairmount Water works

    TweetShare  A little history of Philadelphia, PA. The Water Works was constructed between 1812 and 1815, on the east bank of the Schuylkill River pumped water up the hill into a large reservoir atop Faire Mount (now site of the Philadelphia Museum of Art). a 1,600-foot-long (490 m) dam was built across the Schuylkill to …

  • The Home Depot Tower

    TweetShare  We live within a mile of this tower so I see it every day. So why not photograph it? I mean you can see it from just about every where in the Lower Northeast section of Philadelphia. Here is the story: 1920 was the year that Sears, Roebuck & Co. expanding eastward from Chicago, …

  • Northern Liberties-The Voyeur

    TweetShare  This image is creepy to me because I’m looking into someone’s past life through a broken wall. This is snapshot of how someone may have lived at one point in time.We will not admit it, but ¬†everybody has an instinctual curiosity when they walk past on open window of a house. People will look …

  • Series: The Swan Fountain of Logan Circle-Philadelphia PA

    TweetShareAugust 1st , 2015 was the¬† 6th straight day of 90 degree + temperature in Philadelphia. I decided to take advantage of the heat and went downtown to Logan Circle and the Swan Fountain, for I new that there would be people cooling off in it’s spraying waters. I snapped off this series of images, …