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Your photographs of Philadelphia are the most moving for me. You caught the spirit of my soul in each o f them. They are very dear to me because they bring back very fond memories of my youth. It is where I spent many a day walking and talking with my friends.
I was born and raised in Philadelphia and have been away since 1971. The city has changed and I love the pictures of the new look of Philly.
I live in Hawaii now but nothing can touch my heart of hearts like seeing the city of my birth.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
I always loved your photos and of course everything else you do.
You are the greatest brother in the world.
Hi Sandy...For 40 years Newtown was my home. You've done a great job with your photos. I especially like the Bradford Pear trees. You might want to return and shoot them with the holiday lights. All the best....
I love your work. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for your visit and encouraging feedback.
Cool guestbook, interesting information... Keep it UP
Sandy here is her URL for pbase:
Thanks for the one you sent me I'm going to have to look through it tomorrow, the quick glance I got of the southwest shots were very good. -BJ
Sandy, I was just surfing around pbase this morning and ran across a ophotographer that you might want to go look at, Mindy McNaugher. She's a staff photographer for a Natural history Museum up in you neck of the woods, and has some very nice photos in particular several covered bridges from Penn. Thanks for the tip on pbase, I'm a little slow getting started but I've really appreciated the inspiration that it has been. Hope the new year was good to you. VR BJ
I wish I'd known about the New Hope & Ivyland RR and the Moravian Tile Works when my wife and I were back there ten years ago. We'd have enjoyed seeing them.
However, the covered bridges are what I'm sorriest about - I love covered bridges, barns and lighthouses.
Thanks for sharing such excellent pictures.