It still amazes me that I actually have a smartphone that's among the newest on the market (Samsung Galaxy SIII). Without going into the whole story, we'll just say that circumstances arose and I ended up getting enough of a deal to make it feasible. Plus, unlike the last time I got a new phone, I actually got my number ported over to the new phone. Anyway, it takes decent pictures (although the originals were extremely large because I didn't check the settings, so I resized them to post them here). And although it doesn't have a flash, the ones I took at night look really nice.
First two are of Jewelers Row on Sansom St. decked out for the holidays. Taken on Tuesday.
These two are of the historic Christ Church, taken Wednesday evening not long before sunset...
On Friday I found one of those ubiquitous sticker art displays, but this one actually hasn't been tainted. So many newspaper boxes have multiple stickers, some of which are peeling or have been written on, as well as graffiti on the boxes, and they look a mess. Not this one.
The Comcast Center standing tall in the background. Taken Friday evening on Market St. just east of 18th.
On Saturday at Frankford Terminal, I noticed this exit sign looking like it was growing hair.
I got the phone as high as I could and got a look at a portion of the top of the sign. What is this supposed to be? Anyone?
The other side of this building faces Rittenhouse Square, if I'm not mistaken. I think I was on Chestnut St. near 20th. I just liked the zigzag look of it.