Elfreth's Alley

© Ed Heaton

Elfreth's Alley

Kelly Abernathy March 12, 2005

I love the perspective and colors n this Ed! Nice mood to it! -K #224075

Tammy Scott March 12, 2005

Great shot and composition, Ed!! I love the colorful shutters!!! #1166169

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe March 12, 2005


Kelly Heaton March 12, 2005

Good morning K, Tammy & Carolyn,
Thanks for the nice comments! #1166211

Charlene Bayerle March 12, 2005

A wonderful old time image Ed...nicely captured!!! #1166512

Jane Summa March 12, 2005

I love all of these street shots you capture! Excellent perspective & the colors are fantastic, Ed! #1166596

Debra Booth March 12, 2005

Excellent capture, Ed! #1166734

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Good morning All,
I said this once but sharing a computer with another BetterPhoto members is tough at times (Under Kelly's name) So let me say thanks again for all of the kind comments!
And Jane you know they have a special draw for me too! #1166831

Darren K. Fisher level-classic March 12, 2005

Great looking composition and wonderful colors. Job well done Ed. #1166908

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Hey Darren,
Thanks for the great comment! #1166993

Linda D. Lester level-deluxe March 12, 2005

Great shot! Well done Ed. #1167037

Wendy Stevenson March 12, 2005

Excellent street shot Ed!!! Love those deep rich colours! #1167100

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Thanks Linda & Wendy... #1167212

Bonnie C. Lackey March 12, 2005

I love this! Those old row houses have so much character. #1167213

Paul Michko March 12, 2005

I've been here and you did a wonderful job capturing this street, Ed. #1167350

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Thanks Bonnie & Paul,
I appreciate your nice comment!
Isn't it just the coolest little spot? So much history there!
Some facts; The reason for such narrow homes was because they taxed on the width of the home and not the depth or length... #1167361

Susan T. Parady March 12, 2005

I love the colors in this. GREAT shot, Ed! #1167503

William C. Raco level-addict March 12, 2005

Wow, what beautiful architecture and color.
Excellent narrative and notes.
Thanks, Ed

bill #1167524

Lena Lee March 12, 2005

Great WOW, lost my words. #1167545

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Thanks Susan, Bill & Lena,
I appreciate your nice comments! #1167603

Jennifer Rennison March 12, 2005

Wow, Ed, love the colors, excellent perspective! Great work! #1167782

Ed Heaton March 12, 2005

Thanks Jennifer :-) #1167893

Kelly Heaton March 18, 2005

Great Shot Ed! #1188678

Ed Heaton March 18, 2005

Thanks Kelly :-) #1188755

Danilo Piccioni level-classic April 21, 2005

Congrats!!! #1273056

S J April 21, 2005

Many Congratulations on this wonderful Finalist, Ed!! #1273942

Jennifer Rennison April 21, 2005

Another big congratulations to you, Ed!! Best of luck in the next round! #1278735

Robert Mann level-classic April 21, 2005

Great colors and composition, Ed! Many congrats on your finalist selection and good luck! RoB #1278822

Ed Heaton April 23, 2005

First I want to apologize for such a delay in responding but I was down in the Smoky Mountains doing a workshop "Springtime in the Smokies" with Brenda Tharp.
Thank you all for such support and kind comments they are truly appreciated and welcomed!

Ed #1283470

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Elfreth’s Alley is a National Historic Landmark and the nation's oldest residential street, circa 1702, Philadelphia, PA

Uploaded on March 12, 2005

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