Those are beautiful photos.
Very striking scenes. Is this a new meme?
....and they definitely ARE tableaux!!! Especially that last photo framed so well with the greenery.
I'm craving a Philly Steak and Cheese right now!From either Pat's OR Geno's!!Loved your Micro-Fiction Vanessa.You Rock it Girl....G
Thom: It was a pretty day.Rosidah Abidin: I was thinking of making it a new meme. Should we? You can never have enough new meme’s.Hootin’ Anni: That last one gave me the idea for the name.actonbell: It can be very pretty and there are lots of things to do.G-man: Pat’s or Geno’s? I think it depends on your politics.
These photos are gorgeous, Nessa!And thank you for your words of comfort on my blog. It means a great deal to me!
Striking indeed! The last shot is my fav!<><
Mumsy: I hope things are getting better. I wish I had a magic wand (that actually works.)Noe Noe Girl: My favorite one too.
oh wow...that 3rd one is gorgeous....
stunning triptych. the gull makes the first photo, and the third one is a classic postcard :)
beautiful pictures - my no. 1 is the no. 2 - because of the clouds and the city looks kind of small between heaven and sea - gorgeous!
…oh - and i did not change my layout - maybe it looked different because the poem looked so friendly….smiles
beautiful images..i visited the city in 1997.
Brian Miller : Why, thank-you.Juliana: Triptych is such a cool word.Claudia: I think I was paying very close attention to your words and not looking around closely enough.Jingle: We go whenever relatives visit from Europe.
Cityscapes are always interesting.
Never been to Philadelphia, looks like a big city !
Shelley Munro: They do look pretty from far away.Gattina: It is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the 6th most populous city in the United States.
That's a nice view across the water. I like Phildelphia.
These are just great. Philadelphia is a gorgeous city. Thanks for the view.
Great views. Beautifully captured.
secret agent woman: The view from the Camden Aquarium is very lovely. Sandy Crlson: I have some pretty close ups of the buildings, too. MizMell: I’m glad to see you visiting again. Eden: Thank-you.
Never been there - looks like a lovely city front.Thanks for following me - following you now too.
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Sue: Philadelphia has a lovely skyline. Lots of variety.Jingle: Today was a rather happy Wednesday.
So radically different from my usual views.
Alice: Our Garden State has very few natural gardens left.
That's not uncommon. We live in a "garden city" that is only a fraction as green as Wisconsin, home of the cheese head.