The Photo Scavenger Hunt (Week 7 Blog Post)

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1. A chef at the famous “Jim’s Steaks” on South Street grabs some cheese to create a Philadelphia classic, the cheesesteak. (Tuesday, October 13)

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2a. Eye-level shot of Temple student Craig Smith on Liacouras walk. (Monday, October 14)

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2b. High-angle shot of Craig Smith on Liacouras walk. (Monday, October 14)

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2c. Low-angle shot of Craig Smith on Liacouras walk. (Monday, October 14)

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3. A street performer entertaining a small crowd of interested locals and tourists on South Street. (Saturday, October 13)

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4. A group of people laugh and smile as they watch a street performer on South Street. (Saturday, October 13)

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5. Tourists and locals line-up to get their cheesesteak fix from the famous “Jim’s Steaks” on South Street. (Saturday, October 13)

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6. Charles Townshend plays his violin inside the walls of City Hall. (Saturday, October 13)

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7a. Nate Cabigting watches his friends before going back out on his skateboard in a park across the street from Morgan Hall. (Monday, October 14)

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7b. Nikki Nutterfield (left) and Randa Atkins (right) checking their cell phones on Broad Street in Center City. (Monday, October 14)

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7c. Eliana Smith (left) and Yana Churiy (right) at “Love Park” in Center City. (Monday, October 14)

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8a. Sarah Foresasky sitting down and relaxing for a moment on Broad Street in Center City. Sarah lives in North Philadelphia on Fairmount and her favorite thing about living in Philadelphia is the bar scene. (Saturday, October 13)

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8b. Molly Desjardin taking a rest alongside her friend Sarah (above) on Broad Street in Center City. Molly is from Rochester, NY, and her favorite thing to do in Philadelphia is visiting Eastern State Penitentiary for the haunted house. (Saturday, October 13)

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9. City Hall in Center City at night. (Monday, October 14)

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10. Broad Street in Center City during a sunset. (Monday, October 14)

These photos were taken with my iPhone 4S back camera (4.28 mm, f/2.4).

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