Mosaic Alley

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© Coreesi
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UploadedFebruary 12, 2008
TakenJanuary 12, 2008
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D40
Exposure1/320 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
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Mosaic alley is a part of Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens project created by Isaiah Zagar. The landmark is on well known South Street and visited by people all over the world. In an effort to revitalize an area of dilapidated housing and warehouses, Isaiah and his wife began this project. This effort is said to be the beginning of a South Street Renaissance. Mosaic row houses, store fronts and alleys are now also seen in adjacent buildings in the South Street area.

7 responses

  • Luke Valles

    Luke Valles said (12 Feb 2008):

    This is good. I think the tire really makes the picture.

  • Timothy Schenck

    Timothy Schenck gave props (22 Feb 2008):

    what a cool street. great shooting.

  • Adrian Rodriguez

    Adrian Rodriguez gave props (26 Feb 2008):

    Great Contrast..........Got my Vote

  • Major Kelly

    Major Kelly gave props (28 Feb 2008):

    Great b&w capture!

  • George Henderson

    George Henderson gave props (29 Feb 2008):

    awesome my vote

  • Leanna Lomanski

    Leanna Lomanski gave props (22 May 2008):

    I'm sure this would be beautiful in colour as well but in B&W you really get the light effect. Nice capture.

  • Alex Dudley

    Alex Dudley gave props (7 Oct 2008):

    great shot. love how the building's walls are crafted and the b&w= a nice touch!

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