Posts Tagged: Philadelphia

Architecture
Eastern State Penitentiary – An Eerily Photogenic Experience
September 13, 2018
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Eastern State Penitentiary – An Eerily Photogenic Experience
Heavenly shards of sunlight hang from above, cutting through wafting dust particles and providing the kind of dramatic lighting effects that movie producers dream about. The peeling paint and missing wall panels expose the buildings wooden skeleton. Rusted fittings bring their own brand of once-was charm to the barely kept former prison. Look for things […]
Architecture
Exploring Historic Philadelphia Architecture
June 9, 2016
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Exploring Historic Philadelphia Architecture
Whether you’re the French Imperialist or Greek Revival type, an Art Deco modernist or Federation fanatic, Philadelphia’s architecture has something for you. Not only does Philadelphia showcase a variety of styles, it pays close attention to detail. I like detail, especially in the visual sense. Some would call me meticulous, others pernickety, either way, I […]