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The clouds in these photos just make the picture that much better as do the items in each one. The second one is my favorite one. It looks like they are telling you a story :)
And especilly the second one - I liked that a lot.
I love that second shot - with the statues. Very interesting. I wonder what they represent?
Fantastic shots, James! Beautiful skies and I do love that second shot! Wow!Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Those are fabulous shots! That first one makes me a little dizzy though and the last one, well that's an interesting angle!
happy thursday james.lovely captures from the city. like your perspectives.
James, thanks for your comment on Monochrome Weekly Theme! Your posts (the last 3 I looked at) are marvelous! I love the geese and the industrial building... :)
Great shots, James. I really like the first one - the perspective on it is quite nice.
I LOVE the second shot!!!!It's magnificant and the motive keep me thinking - just LOVE it loud!!Have a great friday!Anna
I love them all, especially the first one. I too would like to know what the second one represents.
Good ide, James, to shoot the sky and use something i the foreground to enhance it. These are very nice!
Beautiful shots!!!!! xoxoxoxoxDonna! I have some great shots of the skyline of Philadelphia from the Camden, NJ waterfront! :)
Wow! The first shot is splendid:)
The second image of the gaunt statues fascinates me, James. What do they represent?
Love the first photo, with the church spire and the streaks of sunlight, it is almost ethereal.
Beautiful pics. The first one is my favorite - perfekt!
Wonderful captures, James! I must confess, I spent most of my time looking at the detail on the clock tower and the first set of statues. Amazing.
The sculpture in the middle is quite powerful. I like the first one as a Skywatch shot; great angle and architecture.
Fantastic shots James.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Hey James nice to meet a former SoCal. I will visit again to see how your exploration of PA is going.http://www.moorebloglife.com/2009/08/05/w-is-for-wordless-and-watery/
Love the history James. Curious about the name of the building and the status though. They are very intriguing.
I always loved seeing City Hall when I was going to college in Philly. Did I tell you we used to call it the big wedding cake?
You always have an amazing angle on your photo that makes them very unique. Its a shame the three guys got in the way of your sky shot, oh well it looks great anyway... snicker,snicker
This is my main blog.Your clouds are dramatic. I love the second photo, it tells a story!
Lots of interesting buildings and statues to serve as foreground to sky watching. These are some great images!
Your Philly shots are amazing. I would love to know more about that monument!
Lovely angles. I'm learning from your photography.
Very dramatic clock tower! Very scary statue - what is the story of this - looks like a depressing thing you see in Europe - inquisition or something. You are right - very interesting views in Philly!
I'd rather see buildings against the sky. Dramatic!
Beautiful pictures! :)
Great idea, original post!
I especially love that first picture. Beautiful archetecture and perfect skies!quilldancer.com/unshuttered
Don't let the obstructions hold you back, the pictures are just great!
They are all awesome. Love the sky in the first one. Love the creepiness of those statues in the second one and love the horse's backside in the last one. I saw his crack. Hee hee.
Beautiful all three...makes one want to go there.
Love all three ... a bit of 'art' against your lovely sky views. Thanks for dropping by my 13 sky views and playful mosaic experimentation at Happily Retired Gal ;--)Hugs and blessings,
I know Philadelphia only through movies and tv. I already saw the first building, which I find impressive and beautyful. Your two other pictures are beautyful as pictures,with interesting perspectives and angles but the second one shows a quite strange statue or monument.The way you show it makes it even more dramatic..What is it talking about?...
You take awesome photos James. I love the lacy veil that covers the head of the tower.
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