24 Hours In The Life Of The City, Part Two

 

Editor’s Note: Philly Photo Day doubled in size this year, from 900 submissions, to 1,800, which made picking out some of the most interesting images for this sneak preview that much harder. Indeed, there was so much fantastic material we split it into two parts. Check out Part I HERE. All 1,800 images will be on display at the Crane Arts Center, 1400 N American St., with an opening reception Thursday, Dec. 6th at 6PM. Photos from last year’s Philly Photo Day can be seen HERE and HERE.

Photo: David Stephone Cherry

Photo: Mariah Mathys

Photo: Ronald Avery

Photo: Liz Gibbs

Photo: Margaryta Kenis

Photo: Jordan Hines

Photo: Alex Halpin

Photo: Sue Groveman

Photo: Ashley Hahn

Photo: Donald Groff

Photo: Malcolm Graham

Photo: Gabriella Barrantes

Photo: Malcolm Ecker

Photo: James Jones

Photo: Justin Bertsch

Photo: Jessica Battle

Photo: Jessica Berlin

Photo: Anthony DiPietro

Photo: Laura Ducceschi

Photo: Robert Cocozza


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