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I like how two crops can show such different views. In this case, each really has a different story and I like them both. Yes, you definitely would be in his photo, James. :-)
That's a nice photo of one of the classic American big city views.
Love Philadelphia. Wonderful shot!
That's a very cool photo, in every sense of the word!I had to laugh at your Sid Vicious comment! ;-)
What a beautiful city and a beautiful shot. Very clever :)
deux belles photos, j'aime la composition de la 2eme photo avec la fontaine
Oh, I know that view well, right down the parkway to Billy Penn atop city hall. Very imaginative to shoot through the fountain! I bet you're right about being in the other guy's shot! Lots of movement, action, and interaction make these classics!
James, great photo of a beautiful view in Philadelphia. So many wonderful places to eat there too -- yum, yum!
Hi James,molto bella questa foto della città di Phi.Carina l'immagine di : "chi fotografa chi ! "Approposito, chi rappresenta la statua a cavallo ?Buona giornata.
Both are wonderful versions of the same photo. I've only ever just flown in to Philly, on my way to elsewhere. I really need to visit.
It is very hot around here right now. The fountain looks very refreshing.
He got a shot of the fountain, you got a shot of the city :-)
What a beautiful city. Great shot James.
Bonjour dear James!"I love Renoir"!!!This picture is beautiful, I have the sensation that "I'm inside the fountain"! So perfect symmetry!:)What a perfect day, a sunny weekend to take pictures from this amazing city.Lucky you!Léia
Very refreshing ! I love this superposition, but I guess I'd rather be under the water if I were there...
That looks sooo inviting.....Great shot.
J'aime bien le premier cadrage, mais de toute façon, la photo est très intéressante !
I'd love to run thru that fountain several times, the heat index here in Southeast Missouri is 113 right now! Yesterday, the news said we were the hottest place in the US at 107 temp & 118 heat index! Scorching!I keep meaning to join Weekend Reflections, but I've been scatter brained lately. I'll be sure to join this weekend
Cool effect, with this heat I would be in the fountain for sure...well, I'd like to be.
These are really great photos. I love the composition and how your eye rolls right down that hill and into the city ahead. Really KOOL, James!
Love it. Bet that guy being photograph is not in the fountain either, but he looks like he is. That building in the middle is grand. Great shot James.
I hope you all enjoyed the museum. My day did not work out for me to make it down town like I had planned... maybe this week, or Friday before I go to work?
Great photographs James.Costas
Great shots! I especially like the first one.
Interesting shot James - is that another fountain at the bottom of that long avenue aswell?
What stunning photos. The second one is wonderful, and I like how you lead our eye to city hall with the cropping.
Philadelphia, "Phily", seems to be such a beautyful town!!I saw it several times through the TV series Cold Case!And your picture is sooooo deliciously refreshing!
Beautiful and refreshing!Happy weekend and regards.
We were there on Saturday too! I wish I would have seen you. It was mighty hot, wasn't it?
Very creative, James!☼ Sunny
Both the pictures are very innovative!
I really like the shot of the water and then the view of the city. Also, the look-up photo of the museum itself. A great idea to capture people on the other side of the water!
It is a wonderful big town. I feel neighboring expanses.
James, both photos are really captured well! Right now, I would like even just a splash of the water, its over 90 here!P.S. Twylah is doing great, the fur in her chin is growing back. she and Pixie are getting along well. They are now friends. Pixie likes to snuggle with me at night.
Great capture and beautiful compositions. Two magnificent moments.Greetings from Roberto
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