The 223,000 square-foot PECO Delaware Station (formerly known as as the Delaware River Generating Station) is located in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia.
The Blue Cross Broad Street Run, takes place, in Philadelphia, on the first Sunday in May since the early 1980s. The run is the largest 10-mile road race in the United States.
The City Branch is an abandoned stretch of submerged track which runs from Broad Street to 27th Street in the Art Museum area of Philadelphia.
President Donald Trump visited Philadelphia, PA on Thursday January 26, 2017, to speak at the GOP retreat. It was clear that the City of Brotherly Love wasn’t about to show him any.
Eastern State Penitentiary is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania located in the Fairmount section of the city.
Officially named Pier 124, Graffiti Pier was originally a coal mining pier along the Delaware River, next to the Port Richmond and Fishtown neighborhoods of Philadelphia.
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, established in 1972, was the first urban refuge in America.
In late January 2016, a winter storm prompted multiple states across the Mid-Atlantic United States to declare a state of emergency.
Longwood Gardens is the living legacy of Pierre S. du Pont, inspiring people through excellence in garden design, horticulture, education, and the arts.
Mount Moriah Cemetery, incorporated on March 26, 1855, is a historic cemetery in southwest Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, along Cobbs Creek.
Do you dare view the photos from the final event, celebrating 10 years of brains?
Celebrating 2 years of Cannabis Decriminalization in Philadelphia – BYOW (Bring Your Own Weed)
Pier 70 is home to approximately 175 feral and stray cats and kittens. The colony began in 1980 when people would “dump” their unwanted cats and kittens at this location.
Founded by the Quakers in 1826, the Sleighton Farm School for Girls was a school for delinquent girls who were sent there by the courts of Pennsylvania in an attempt to rehabilitate them.
Smithville NJ is located only a short distance away from where desperate farmers fought for their lands against the invasion of the British during the American Revolution.
The East Coast Cannabis Coalition and The Panic Hour present “Smoke Down Prohibition 2.0.” The original Smoke Down Prohibition decriminalized cannabis in Philadelphia.
Randomly selected photographs from various projects, in and around the city.
The Whitman Cats refers to a cat colony located in the Whitman Plaza of South Philadelphia. Home to about 100 cats, this colony, like all other colonies, began as a dumping ground for unwanted cats.