Ailsa’s Photo Challenge: Reflection

Ailsa from Where’s My Backpack is hosting a cool photo challenge based on Reflections, and here, fresh from my visit to Philadelphia, is my take, as old and new Philly are reflected in this look down Market Street.

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Hi, I'm Stephen Kelly, a writer, editor, photographer and graphic designer living in beautiful San Francisco, CA, USA. Amongst the things I love are writing, photography, movies, music, fitness, travel, Batman, all things Australian, food and fun, all of which I hope to reflect in this here blog. Welcome aboard ... now let's get busy!
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15 Responses to Ailsa’s Photo Challenge: Reflection

  1. There’s Billy Penn on the top of City Hall in the reflection! Love it!

  2. ailsapm says:

    Wonderful, Stephen, I love it – I was in Philly earlier this year and it struck me as wonderful how the old part of town pops out from between all those modern glass-coated skyscrapers. Lovely shot 🙂 Thanks for joining in!

  3. fiztrainer says:

    O wow … this is really amazing. Love it. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and sending a LIKE my way. It brought me here where I look forward to following your posts. 😀

  4. viveka says:

    Brilliant photo … it took a while before I saw the reflection because it wasn’t where I was looking. Was in Philly many years ago … 25 I think, had a great time.

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  6. ailsapm says:

    Hi Stephen, I just put up another photo challenge and would love you to join in! Pass it on, everyone’s welcome. xxx Ailsa

  7. I just found your blog today and gravitated toward this photo in particular. I’m not from Philly but I love it there and visit as often as I can. It’s one of those cities where you could do a whole photo book on juxtaposing old with new. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!

    • Hi Madame Weebles … I’m a native, so it’s cool that you appreciate Philly so much because it’s a cool town. and they do a great job of intermingling their historic past with modern development. now I need to go back and capture more.

      • I do a lot of historical research so I’m there quite often. Philly still cares about its history, unlike NYC, where I’m from. Fortunately Philly is so close that I can go as often as I want, pretty much. The cheese steaks are good, obviously, but my weakness is the pork sandwich at Tommy DiNic’s at Reading Terminal Market.

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