Young by Timi Jones. A boy from North Philadelphia takes in the views of his neighborhood on Saturday, September 26, 2015.
Self Portrait by Tamas Mizsei. Tamas Mizsei, 21, takes a self portrait at 17th and Tasker Street on September 29.
Musician by Erin Onushco. Frank Della Penna, 64, plays the carillon at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire in Lebanon, Pennsylvania on September 27, 2015.
Musician by Nicholas Gales. Charles Townsend, 62, plays Amazing Grace for a public audience in honor of the Papal visit outside of the Comcast Building on 17th Street in Philadelphia, September 27, 2015.
Athlete by Michelle Severino. Devon Ward, 16, training at Temple University track field for the track team on September 23, 2015.
Faith by Kristi Fidler. A telephone pole and a one-way street sign reflect the symbol of a cross on a building in South Philadelphia on Saturday, September 19, 2015.
Faith by Genesis Encarnacion-Luciano. Two nuns ride their bicycles around the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral on September 24, 2015.
Trust by Erin Onushco. Kiera Ackerman, 4, and Kyle Ackerman, 30, enjoy the view of the valley after a day of hiking the Appalachian Trail in Germansville, Pennsylvania on September 19, 2015.
Fear by Jeved Cumberbatch. Outside linebacker Jacob Hull, gets pulled from the game by Head Coach Benadetto for not understanding his responsibilities during the game at Liberty Bell Park in Northeast Philadelphia, September 19, 2015.
Change by Joey McDougall. The partially demolished remains of Barton Hall run nearly the length of Liacouras Walk on the main campus at Temple University on September 30, 2015.
Faith by Madeline Connor. A woman hangs a prayer ribbon at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.
Love by Kristi Fidler. Jill Fidler, Myerstown resident, treats her pet deer to their daily dose of apples and grapes on September 18, 2015.
Love by Jillian Tam. A couple dance in Love Park near John F. Kennedy Blvd in Philadelphia on Saturday, September 19, 2015.
Fear by Erin Onushco. A scare-crow sits in a field to startle the birds so they no longer return to the area on Kerschner road in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania on September 19, 2015.
Fear by Nicholas Gales. A boarder patrol officer questions a bystander for waiting too long and too close to a checkpoint on Broad Street in Philadelphia, September 25, 2015.
Immortality by Tamas Mizsei. ‘Potato’ is written on a water tower on the corner of Broad Street and Dauphin Street on September 23, 2015.
Out and About by Kevin Chang. A little girl in a pink dress follows the male peacock near the Carousel in the Philadelphia Zoo on Saturday April 18, 2015.
Something that Flies by Mary Kate Mallon. A parrot turns away from his meal in the bird exhibit at the Philadelphia Zoo on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.
Family by Dionna Scott. Children and two adults walk through the dynamic design of the KidZooU: Hamilton Family Children’s Zoo on Saturday, April 19, 2015.
Child by Tonii Mackie. Jesse, 4, taps the glass where an alligator snapping turtle stands in its tank at the Philadelphia Zoo on Wednesday, April 22, 201. When it is hungry, the alligator snapping turtle opens its mouth and stays still, waiting to lure fish into its mouth.
Spring by Margo Reed. A baby sits in flowers at the Philadelphia Zoo on April 21, 2015.
In Flight by Margo Reed. Doves fly out of their small ban at the Philadelphia Zoo on April 21, 2015.
Child and Adult b Jenny Kerrigan. Ashley Juelg and her son Gunner, 3, visit the Philadelphia Zoo on Thursday, April 23, 2015.
Stalking a classmate by Margo Reed. Tonii Mackie, a journalism major at Temple, takes photographs in the Philadelphia Aqueduct on April 10, 2015.
Detail by Dionna Scott. The Cuirassier Armor was used for horseback protection out on the field during battle. It is believed to have been made in Italy sometime during 1633-34. Photo taken on April 10, 2015.
Sculpture by Mary Dominguez. “The Green Man, a sculpture made from a damaged red oak tree stump, sits in Druid Hill Park in Baltimore, Md. on Saturday, April 4, 2015.
Sculpture by Tonii Mackie. Social Consciousness sculpture sits at the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Free selection at the Art Museum by Brian Tom. Temple University student, Meghan Laubengeyer, runs up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art near Spring Garden Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Detail by Tonii Mackie. Rain drizzles through the top of a viewing area overlooking Boathouse Row at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Spring at the Art Museum by Taylor Smethers. Beads of water rest on the pink flower petal in the garden at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Friday April 10, 2015.
Fog by MaryKate Mallon. The American flag waves across the overcast sky at the Philadelphia Art Museum on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Dewdrops by Rhiannon Wright.
Celebration on the stairs by Rhiannon Wright.
Birds by Elena Iwata. Two robins get a little frisky along the Schuylkill River Trail on Tuesday, April 15, 2015.
A rower brings paddles back to the boathouse at the dock of the St. Joseph’s rowing team on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia on Wednesday, April 15, 2014. This boathouse is home to both Saint Joseph’s University mens rowing team and St. Joseph’s boys prepatory school team.
Night by Kamal Elliott. A replica Joan of Arc statue in gilded bronze, on Kelly Drive and 25th Street facing the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The original, by Emmanuel Fremiet, is in Place des Pyramides in Paris.
Art Museum Detail by Chip Frenette. A sculpture at the rear of the Philadelphia Art Museum is lightly painted with an LED on a chilly early spring night.
Boathouse Row by Chip Frenette. Boathouse Row reflects off the Schuylkill River on a still Saturday night as it makes the jump to light speed.
Experimental by Chip Frenette. A look west over the Schuykill River and Expressway shows a plane passing over the Saturday night of busy traffic.
Light painting by Chip Frenette. The crown jewel of Sycamore Park in Lansdowne, Pa., has stood for over 400 years but it has never been lit like this.
Edgerton by Margo Reed. Milk is poured into a bowl on Friday, April 8, 2015.
Experimental by Margo Reed. A car leaves the parking garage underneath the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Monday April 6, 2015.
Illusion of Movement by Kevin Chang. Kevin is falling asleep on his bed at night on Thursday, April 9, 2015.
Edgerton by Tonii Mackie. Cassette tapes fly above a small curtain on the roof of a North Philadelphia apartment building on Wednesday, March 8, 2015.
Painting with Light by Rhiannon Wright.
Skyline by Richard Smith. The Philadelphia skyline as seen from the roof of a Carpenter Street home on October 6, 2015.
Silhouette by John Ramirez III. A bird flies over 20th Street in Center City Philadelphia as the sun shines brightly on March 13, 2015.
30th Street Station by Mary Kate Mallon. Photo taken on Friday March, 13, 2015.
Heard on the Street by Kevin Chang. Gigi is a musician with his own jewelry business and with his earnings he travels the states.
Silhouette by Tonii Mackie. A man stands in the upper level area of 30th Street Station on Friday, march 13, 2015. He has been on the phone for over thirty minutes now.
Bily Penn by Tonii Mackie. Billy Penn statue stands tall in Center City Philadelphia on Friday, march 13, 2015. This statue was the highest point in the city of Philadelphia for a long time. Now buildings tower over it from all directions.
Classmate by Tonii Mackie. Breeanin Hansteen, 21, positions herself between idle luggage while trying to take photos of people eat 30th Street Station on Friday, March 13, 2015. She knelt in that spot waiting patiently to capture the picture of a man having a phone conversation on a bench in the station.
30th Street Station by Tonii Mackie. A young girls waits for her train to Trenton at 30th Street Station on Friday, March 13, 2015. She was playing with her sister before she stopped to tie her shoes.
Street Fashion by Hallah Martinelli. Gary Howard enjoying his day in Center City, Philadelphia on Friday, March 13, 2015.
30th Street Station by Hallah Martinelli. Glass walls shot on Friday, March 13, 2015.
Dilworth Plaza by John Ramirez III. Sandy the Labradoodle, jumps excitedly in Richard Dilworth Plaza in Philadelphia on Friday March 13, 2015.
30th Street Station by John Ramirez III. The late afternoon sun glows through the windows of 30th Street Station in Philadelphia on march 13, 2015.
Center City by Clayton Tax. A group of Introduction to Photography students finds the highest point of the Loews Hotel to take a picture of the iconic William Penn overlooking the city in Philadelphia, Pa., on Friday, March 13, 2015.
30th Street Station by Sarai Flores. A woman reads outside of 30th Street Station on March 17, 2015.
Musician by Jenny Kerrigan. A man plays guitar and sings outside of the entrance to the 30th Street El stop Friday, March 13, 2015.
Portrait by Elena Iwata. Jessie, 27, waits for a friend on front of a building on 12th and Race in Chinatown in Philadelphia on Thursday, March 36, 2015. She works as a housekeeper, and this is her third week on the job.
Billy Penn by Elena Iwata. The statue of William Penn on City Hall overlooks the Delaware on a cloudy day, on Friday, March 13, 2015. This photo was taken from 500 feet up on the 37th floor of Two Liberty Place in Center City, Philadelphia.
Street Fashion by Elena Iwata. Ella Healey poses in front of the Kimmel Center on Broad and Spruce Streets on Friday, March 13, 2015. She says that her fashion is inspired by whimsical gothic style, and that she likes to incorporate an “old but new” touch.
Quote by Breeanin Hansteen. “Between the dark and the daylight when the night is beginning to lower comes a pause in the day’s occupations, that is known as the Children’s Hour.” –Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. A member of the Philadelphia bike crew, Official tap Boys, pops a wheelie in Kensington on March 8, 2015.
Quote by Clayton Tax. “I used to think I set a fire in your eyes but that was just the refection of the one you set in mine.” A woman in Chinatown stares at her reflection in a puddle before crossing the street on February 28, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pa.
Quote by Sarai Flores. “The vison of one man lends not its wings to another.” –Khalil Gibran on teaching. Michael o-Law To’Bon chief executive servant of God’s Love At Work Foundation tells his son to preform a rap protesting the Philadelphia educational school system during the Letter’s to Trayvon conference at Arcadia University on March, 1, 2015.
Quote by Elena Iwata. “Someone was alive, whom you followed by oil lamp, for hours through the pages.” –Henry Braun, Reading Late. Jessie Iwata reads hans Fallada’s novel The Drinker late at midnight on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. She has always loved reading, especially because of her father, Henry Braun, wo was an avid reader and poet.
Quote by Chip Frenette. “The vision of one man lends not its wings to another.” Fred Jenkins squares off against Jeff Lentz in a Junior Middleweight bout at 2300 Arena on South Swanson Street in Philadelphia on Friday, March, 6, 2015. Lentz walked away with the victory with a unanimous decision. This was Jenkins first defeat since 2013.
Quote by Chip Frenette. “I will march up to the cannon’s mouth, and amid the glistening bayonets I will tear down their flag from its staff.”-Russell Conwell. Heavyweight Joey Dawejko of Philadelphia celebrates after knocking out Nigerian born Enbobong Umohette at 0:27 of the first round at 2300 Arena on South Swanson Street in Philadelphia on march 6, 2015. This marked Dawejko’s sixth consecutive knock out in a professional bout making his climb to being a contender for the WBA Heavyweight title a little bit shorter.
Quote by Chip Frenette. “You can’t get too much winter in the winter.” –Robert Frost. Upper Darby resident Roberta Hoffman-Frenette waits in a vestibule as a doorman hails a cab for her in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan’s East Side on Sunday, March 1, 2015. She is not allowing a little bit of snow slower her down while she is in town celebrating her 49th birthday.
Quote by Clayton Tax. “Love nothing, hate most” is graffitied on a wall of the remains of a cement factory on march 7, 2015 in Northampton Pa.
Quote by Clayton Tax. “He said that the world was once a mere bank of fog, which is scientifically true, and he said that the Almighty thrust his finger into the bank of fog and then began slowly to move his finger around and gradually to increase the speed of his finger until at last he whirled that bank of fog into a solid ball of fire…” Looking down the avenue of the arts on a snowy day on March 5, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pa.
“Acres of Diamonds” by Kevin Chang. Kevin Chang, 21, Communication Studies major has been b-boying or breakdancing for eight years as a hobby. Here he does a handstand forearm freeze on Sunday March 25, 2015 at Mitten Hall in Temple University.
Quote by JD Mousley. “This season’s holding us all hostage, better do whatever it demands.” A snowplow clears the collection of snow from a parking lot on 12th and Montgomery on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
Quote by Channel Tompkins. “The vision of one man lends not its wings to another.” A man sits and reads the newspaper at Barnes and Noble Café, located at Broad and Cecil B. Moore, in Philadelphia. The opposite side of the newspaper reads “Condos for Millionaires,” boldly stating that the poor and middle class are exempt.
Quote by Margo Reed. “Let us not wallow in the valley of despair…” –Martin Luther King Jr. The cemetery sits peacefully behind St. Charles Seminary in Old City Philadelphia on March 13, 2015.
Quote by Brian Tom. “Vision is the art of seeing what’s invisible to others.” Sophomore biochemistry major Danielle Daniels looks out the window of the sixth floor of Morgan Hall using binoculars on Sunday, March 15, 2015.