One of the really fun things about Phoenixville is the wide and varied architecture.
All different styles literally spanning centuries. These are just three random houses that caught my eye a few days ago.
Phoenixville is also another one of those great front porch towns. Front porches and gardens are what make a house a home and what make a neighborhood welcoming.
I still have photos to post from the beginning of September from West Chester that I need to get to because it’s another front porch town.
Was in Phoenixville a bit ago, and saw this guy sitting on a chair playing his guitar. This is another one of those life moments that makes you smile.
Hopefully no one is upset by this photo, right ?
My contest winning entry in 2014!
So you guys, have you entered County Lines Magazine Capturing Chester County photography contest yet?? You don’t have to be a professional (as in they only regular everyday folk who happened to capture the perfect shot!) , you just have to have a magical photo of our beautiful county to enter!
Yes, I indeed won the contest in 2014! I was so thrilled and it was so much fun and as a book worm, there is nothing better than a nice big gift certificate to a book store! This year the gift certificate is to Main Point Books, which if you have never been is nothing short of amazing! You can enter until October 7th.
Here are the details:
We’re holding our annual Capturing Chester County Photo Contest, and need more submissions!
This year, we’re asking entrants to send us their one best photo of them in their favorite spot in Chester County.
(Shadows, photos with feet or hands work if you don’t want a full selfie.)
Semifinalists will be published in our November issue and posted on our Facebook page.
The winner of the contest will receive a $100 gift card to Main Point Books!
Our submission deadline is 11:59 pm on October 7.
Previous County Lines’ photo contest winners and professional photographers are not allowed.
The short version?
- Like them on Facebook @CountyLinesMagazine.
- Upload & hashtag your 1 best photo #capturingchestercounty OR send it to email@example.com.
- Tell them when and where it was taken. (i.e. “West Chester, August 2018”)
Oh come on!!! It is so fun to be a part of it! If I were allowed to, I would enter again!
Yes I was stopped. It was just a very cool photo opportunity.
Lincoln Highway, Exton.
But hey West Whiteland , you need to do something about the intersection of King and Ship. It’s awful.
Another old photo I was gifted. Linden Hall as seen from 352 when they were building the new bridge at the base of 352 and Lincoln Highway. Date unknown.
Someone was kind enough to gift me old photos. These are Immaculata views 1970s.