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Old Posted Jun 4, 2024, 3:32 AM
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Great set Tony!
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It's looking great! I like how its shape complements Riverwalk and the Murano while still being quite unique.
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It's looking great! I like how its shape complements Riverwalk and the Murano while still being quite unique.
amazing shots Tony.
I was just about to add how nicely both Riverwalks look in these photos.
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Old Posted Jun 4, 2024, 8:47 PM
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kudos to the all the folks who have and currently working on the Schuykill River trail, and the current extension south for this section of the city. truly an asset used by many daily.
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Don't know if it's just me, but only seeing about 2k vertical pixels on lightroom.
They shrunk it!! Do you know of any limitedless mb photo uploads?
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[QUOTE=iheartphilly;10218594]kudos to the all the folks who have and currently working on the Schuykill River trail, and the current extension south for this section of the city. truly an asset used by many daily.[ /QUOTE]

I spent about a year working on/at Schuylkill Banks around 2012. You’d think there must be a huge outfit behind it, but the SRDC organization is only a handful of people. The board numbers far more than the staff. It’s really quite incredible what Joe Syrnick & team have been able to accomplish over the years.
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What a gem.
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