Wednesday, January 12, 2011

SNOW NIGHT: A PHOTO ESSAY of the 1/11/11 Storm


Glad to see it's surviving, it's so adorable
OK I'm fascinated with Rittenhouse Square, so much that I would trek there in the middle of the night to shoot strolling lovers in the snow
Or having a snow ball fight. See the snowman in the background
Did you know this is the Tribute of Love statue
St Mark's Church
Lots of people ride their bikes in the snow. I must have seen a dozen in my 1 hr shoot
Union League: I couldn't decide which one I like the most
The guys were out shoveling the snow during the storm. There was a nice path down broad street
I remember those days of trekking in the snow coming from work late in the evening. (This is around 10:30PM). It was a wet snow so I headed home around midnight to dry off.
Some of these shots will be available for purchase when I re-launch my greeting cards and fine art biz in February.


Tim said...

Great essay that makes you feel as though you are in the middle of the action, once again, thanks HughE! You must have been out late! Yes, riding bike is much easier than rollerblading through snow! :-)

Alicia Patete said...

Hi HughE!!! Awesome shots, as usual! THanks so much for sharing! They really are beautiful!

James said...

HughE - Thank you once again for capturing what we all enjoy looking back on for years to come!

Anonymous said...

Spending a few winters in southern fla. but I those shots give me a that feeling of being there in Center City