June 2015 – Photographs in Review

June 30th, 2015

Three alpacas of different color stand together with short hair. An alpaca stands and looks into a camera with a background of a blue sky. An Alpaca grins close to a camera with a blue sky and green farmland behind him. The architectural facade of a brick building in the late afternoon light with shadows being cast across the building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A panoramic photo of the Reading Terminal Market with a busy crowd and neon signs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia. A photograph looking up at the Aero Memorial to WWI aviators that stands across from the Franklin Institute. The gilded bronze sculpture was made by Paul Manship in 1948. Sunlight casts long shadows through columns at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A panoramic photo taken from the steps at the east entrance to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A series of columns break up the image with views of the open plaza and Greek buildings. A photograph looking up at the 'Symbiosis' sculpture by Roxy Paine of a metal tree splintered and collapsed into another tree. An empty, quiet side street with a cobblestone road in a tree-covered neighborhood of Philadelphia. A photo of the White House illuminated with Rainbow Flag colored lights in honor of the Supreme Court decision supporting gay rights and marriage.

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