ShutterButtonNovember 26, 2011 at 7:20 pm

ShutterButton: The Sun (Still) Sets In The West

November is Philadelphia’s most beautiful month. This is a fact. There’s so little light these days that seeing the sunset (this one, taken around 5) is especially striking. It seems unfair to post this image when the real thing was so beautiful, but we’ll let it serve as reminder of what’s waiting for you when you get back from Thanksgiving break.

Are we getting mushy on you (again)? Yes. Do we sometimes forget how lovely West Philadelphia can be? Probably. Got any more nice fall pics? Send them our way.

ShutterButtonNovember 29, 2010 at 6:20 pm

ShutterButton: The Sun Sets In The West

One of the loveliest things about walking up Locust on a late Fall afternoon is that the sunsets are often quite beautiful. Since the western end of the city past campus is devoid of high rise buildings, it’s just an incredibly pleasant moment when you spot a breathtaking glimpse of the red sky, particularly as the leaves have fallen off the trees – and you just have a lot of sky to look at.

Is UTB going all mushy on you? Maybe. It’s that time of year. If you’re as lame as we are, and you stop to snap a photo sometime in the coming weeks, send it on over. If we’re feeling sentimental, or if we have nothing else to post, we’ll put it up.

ShutterButtonMarch 31, 2009 at 10:00 am

ShutterButton: Sunset Over Center City