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Vacation Photography {Part 1: Philadelphia}

Sew Woodsy: Vacation Photography {Part 1: Philadelphia}

Monday, July 11, 2011

Vacation Photography {Part 1: Philadelphia}

 Last month Mr. Woodsy and I spent two days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before heading to New York City to spend the 4th of July with family. While in Philadelphia we visited many historical landmarks *and a few not-so historical--but well known places. 

Benjamin Franklin can be found all over the city of "brotherly love" in many forms. Here is a more hip and urban version of Ben Franklin spray painted on a wall on a side ally of a building. 

Mr. Woodsy and I infront of the National Constitution Center

A bronze statue of George Washington in the National Constitution Center

After Mr. Woodsy and I spent a few hours at the National Constitution Center we went on a historical walking tour of Philadelphia. We saw more than words could express. It was amazing. While on our tour I saw this gentleman standing like he was guarding the area and immediately started snapping photos. 

This happened to be the New Hall Military Museum. I loved the buildings character and all the flowers planted around it. 

Here is another form of Ben Franklin--a firefighter! 

Our beautiful Liberty Bell photographed at the Liberty Bell Center

 
The Betsy Ross house where it is thought to be where she sewed our Nation's first flag. 

Love park, Philadelphia, PA. 

Beautiful water fountain in Love park (the large tower in the background is city hall). 

The infamous Rocky statue and steps at the Philadelphia Art Museum.




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At July 12, 2011 at 3:24 PM , Blogger laxsupermom said...

Beautiful pics! I always have to stop at the Ikea when we're down in Philly, and of course we have to take a trip on the "Rocky" steps. Looks like you had a great time. Thanks for sharing.

 

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