Saturday, August 1, 2009

Best slices on South Street

Best slices on South Street It's a colorful world, my friends. These buildings caught my eye while strolling along South Street in Philadelphia earlier this week.
Have a great Saturday, all. Hope it's a colorful one!

14 comments:

Flat Creek Farm said...

Gorgeous colorful shot... just perfect! -Tammy

MaggieGem said...

The colore are amazing and looks like you caught a pretty good "Slice" of South Street. Thanks for sharing!

Deb said...

this reminds me a little of one street in Old San Juan...less the stuffed animals on the outside of the building, granted.

Christine said...

Oh wow! What a colorful sight! That's amazing!

Living on the Spit said...

Nice shot there Kate!! Not only do I see the colorful buildings, but I can once again see inspiration for a quilted piece...gorgeous. I love how the ac units on the tie dyed building look like binoculars, saying, "I see you!"

Would you mind terribly if I printed this so I can graph it?

Jo Whitehurst said...

Awesome! Thanks for taking us on all your excursions!

Daryl said...

I was expecting a photo of a pizza ... hey, here in NewYawk we calls 'em 'slices' .. however this is a slice of life that mesmirizes .. so much to see .. nicely done!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

AHHHh color! Love the PBR sign!

Country Girl said...

So I'm thinking, "what's the PBR sign?" And I see it's the Pabst Blue Ribbon sign on the bottom right building.
I should have known, Noe Noe!!!

~ C.G.

Reddirt Woman said...

Okay, I'm hungry now... After seeing all these great shots of Philadelphia I might have to make a trip there. Beautiful color.

Thanks Kate!

Helen

LouDuk said...

That looks like such an aweome place to live! Such a beautiful photo. You really captured it well!

Mary said...

My son used to live just down the road from there! That pizza place serves HUGE slices... :)

Char said...

love the colors in the repurposed buildings

sonia a. mascaro said...

Amazing photo! I like the architecture of these buildings.