Here is another image from the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA.
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This is an image taken from a spot under a bridge in the Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia, PA. I took the image from a smaller bridge that you can see in one of my previous images here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DanielHofmanphotography/posts/LTSVgJYsU5D?pid=6082711722375041714&oid=115011403269152754989
Interesting trees at the entrance of the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia, PA. In the center of the image is the installation called The Gates of Hell. Here is more information about the museum: http://www.rodinmuseum.org/285-96.html
This is from my trip to Bergen, Norway. We took a boat to see the fjords and it was as cold as it could be, but beautiful and peaceful at the same time. I am not sure what this place in the image is called, but I felt like I was transported to another world. This place looked like it was taken straight out of a fairy tale.
Unexpected car shows in Bergen and Oslo Norway. I was quite surprised to see these American beauties while I was strolling around Norwegian towns, but here they are, in all their glory. I’m not shocked, but I was very pleasantly surprised to see these American classics while looking around for reasonably priced beer, which as you probably know, is very hard to get in Norway.
The sculptures were created by a Polish artist Jerry Kalina in December 2005 to mark the 24th anniversary of the introduction of martial law in Poland. These are 14 rather impressive sculptures in their own right, but also represent a much deeper slice of Polish history during the Solidarity era and the pro-democracy movement in Poland. Sculptures are spanning two sides of a busy Wroclaw street with the one side of the sidewalk covered with sculptures slowly sinking into the pavement, representing the time when citizens were arrested, missing and many forced “underground” at the time the martial law was […]
This is an image taken in one of the underground tunnels used for crossing one of the mostly quiet, but seasonally tourist filled street in the old town of Gdańsk, Poland. It doesn’t quite match the beautiful and majestic architecture of the old town over the top, but nonetheless, there it is, as wacky and out of place as it may seem. This is also only a small portion of the graffiti-covered tunnel that actually stretches in few more directions under the same intersection.
St. Bridget’s Church (Kościół Św. Brygidy) Here is a nice description and information about it: St. Bridget’s