In Northeast Philadelphia, there is a park called Pennypack Park that winds along Pennypack Creek for about 8 1/2 miles as it runs to the Delaware River. In places, the park is maybe a hundred yards wide, much bigger in other. The Fall colors in Philadelphia are near, or maybe just past, their peak. Pretty close. I took a bike ride along the creek today with my OM-D M5 this afternoon for about 7 miles.....got a bit of a bike ride, out and back, but the main purpose was to photograph Fall on Pennyipack Creek. Check out the map information, below. Over the next days, I will bring up a series of shots along the creek today.
We just got back from my synagogue where I was photographing an event honoring Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Gloria Steinhem, both turning 80, the event called This Is What 80 Looks Like. Both Arthur and Gloria Steinhem have had long careers as political activists, Arthur in most recent years as director of the Shalom Center. I photographed the event, and need to pass along some of the photos to the organizer to send off to the press tonight. No time to look at photos tonight, to my regret. Back tomorrow.
Tags: Fall colors
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