A fresh coat of snow covers the ground outside 30th Street Station in Philadelphia Thursday afternoon. Extremely cold temperatures are expected Friday.
I don’t take pictures for a living anymore but I still carry a camera just about every day. Here are some of my favorite images from last year in chronological order with the captions I included on my Instagram account:
January 13: Huge waves and high tides swamped Eagle Beach in Aruba today.
Click the headline above to view my year in review.
Snow begins to stick on a side street Friday afternoon in the Center City section of Philadelphia. Several inches of snow accumulated in the city last weekend as well.
Window washers dangle outside the The Ludlow, a new apartment building in the Market East section of Center City Philadelphia.
The PSFS Building, now known as the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, can be seen at rear. The building is a National Historic Landmark and was the first International style skyscraper constructed in the United States.
The Christmas tree at Philadelphia City Hall is reflected against a marble column inside the building’s north portal.
I took a walk with my camera late this morning to catch the first snowflakes of the season as they fell around the Washington West section of Center City Philadelphia.
Snow covers cars on Spruce Street.
A man shields himself from blowing snow on Washington Square.
A carriage passes along Washington Square.
Snow covers a statues of George Washington.
Large flakes fall on Spruce Street.
I shot this picture yesterday through a closed window from the passenger seat of a car leaving Lompoc, California: Lompoc, California A post shared by Jim MacMillan (@jimmacmillan) on Sep 16, 2017 at 5:48pm PDT