I get it. They really like their Liberty Bell here . . .
. . . but this is bordering on obsessive.
My dear Viviane (a.k.a. Saltine Cracker) works on an “Irving Street” in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And here is a picture of an “Irving Street” in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. What a coinkydink!
So many pillows.
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Beautiful rays of Southeastern Pennsylvania sunlight.
The main reason I took this photo is because I fancied this girl’s outfit: a blazer over daisy dukes. I never would have thought to pair these two fashion items, but somehow it worked.
Creepy display in front of an optical store.
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University City apartment facade.
I wonder what Sigmund Freud would have to say about this photo.
Flowers at a stand in Reading Terminal (which is essentially an indoor, year-round farmers’ market).
I arranged the tops of a red chile pepper and two serrano peppers, then took a photo. It reminds me of how things might look if chile-tops could conduct orchestras. [Insert riff from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony here.]