RITTENHOUSE SQUARE Today: Or Holy Moly those Nails?, You Never Can Have enuf dog tattoos or glasses!
Rittenhouse Square about an hour ago. I could probably just go into Rittenhouse Square at any hour on any day and come out with a million or a half dozen stories via pictures and a few words. It’s Greenwich Village in the sixties.
Rittenhouse Square is always a beehive of activity. It’s my favorite place to go people watch. I love to read the benches, see my friends, reflect on the years I used to play kick ball in the park, or race motorized cars through the center with friends, it’s usually the first place I see lighting bugs, Christmas Lights, and it’s always a great place to photograph beautiful people and magical moments.
I loved how this women was put together, accessorized and especially was fascinated by
Holy Moly those nails? How long does it take to grow nails like this and what a great paint job.
You can never have enough doggie tattoos or glasses. I wonder if that dog was a pet that passed?
Actually that dog tattoo looks a lot like this dog?
blowing bubbles and singing and signing too.
Waves. I love his Sailfish shirt. He was explaining to her the layers of paint that go into each stroke that make up the motion of the wave.
I love her relaxation
She’s feeding him while he strums his guitar.
I love that her glasses match her shoes and match her shirt.
Returning to work after a quick lunch. Very stylish.
Another Dunkin Donuts on it’s way right across from SerafinaWhich is now slated to open 6/21 with a grand party on the Solstice
The young lady is doing jumping jacks while her mother works. **Since I received a comment about shooting candidly and someone who is going to tell their friend they are on here.
Do you think the woman with the XXXXXL-long nails will be able to pick up a Dunkin Donut?
I hope you got permission from these people who's candid shots are featured on your blog. I know one person photo'd and would be highly upset if this was done to me without my knowledge. I'm going to ask the person you candidly photo'd if they know about you and your site.
I love your street scenes of Philadelphia. Thanks for taking me there HughE.
Anyone can be photographed in a public place without their consent except when they have secluded themselves in places where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy such as dressing rooms, restrooms, medical facilities, etc.
You are under no obligation to explain the purpose of your photography nor do you have to disclose your identity except upon request by a law enforcement officer. (NOT A MALL SECURITY GUARD!)
-But as it says in my profile if someone would like their photo removed I will remove it.
Hughe can shoot/post whatever he wants. It is all good. He is not negative. If you dint agree, don'tog on to it