I’ve been going through my photo files from the past year and see there are some images I have overlooked. One collection is from the ‘Coal Piers’ or ‘Graffiti Underground’ in Philadelphia. This is where they used to bring the coal into the city years ago. It has become a playground for graffiti artists, paintball enthusiasts and photographers alike. I enjoyed the location because it was so different from anything I had photographed before. I thought of the graffti on the huge cement pillars as a sort of gallery or tablets, left by an urban civilization.
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