Your Friday photos

This week in photos, we have a mix between South Philly pics and ones I took on a walk home yesterday through side streets near Rittenhouse. That's where the homes are worth 5 kajillion dollars. Oh, but first, here is a photo of this woman I saw on my way to the subway one morning. I could not believe her hair--it appeared to be made out of cotton candy or some other non-real substance. She was on her way to the subway too so I was able to observe her in much closer proximity. She was wearing a boob-revealing, tiny top and she had this scary, weathered tan face. But all the dudes were looking at her b/c she looked like she would be happy to turn a trick for like $5 or 2 Oxycontin tables.

Cat praying.

Cat interrupted b/c I tapped on the window. Someday, someone is going to come out and yell at me.

What may be your last Easter window for awhile. The next holiday to decorate for will be July 4, so be ready for some flags, flags, and a few more flags + Jesus waving a flag and the Virgin Mary in red, white, and blue.

I just liked this architectural detail.

Honey, what do you say we put a flailing trout on our door?

Up close.

How big do you think this cat's head is? And by the way, don't you love that flower box so much?


I don't know what kind of dog this is.

But here it is again in primitive form.

This photo is a little blurry. I think I took this because the door seems archaic somehow and because of the lion's head door knocker.

Before I forget, I heard 2 S. Philly girls talking together on the train this morning--they were dressed in identical, spotless white sneakers, long hair slicked back into ponytails, and giant hoop earrings--and one goes, "Yeah, and so we're just sitting there and this lady pulls out a crack pipe and smokes it in front of her kid like it's a cigarette. Can you believe that?" I wanted to ask her where they were sitting. A bus station? A line for Santa? Where?


Mary said…
The dog! Delancey Place, right?
Aimee said…
Yes! Very good. Maybe I should start holding contests--first person to name the street where these pieces appear wins...