Philly photography is one of my passions. I tell stories about this city and capture my favorite locations on film.
Eastern State Penn, built in 1829, was the world’s first true penitentiary. Prisons around the world were based on ESPs model of penitent isolation. The prison closed in 1971 and today serves as a historic and educational site, working towards prison reform.
This is a matted 5″ x 7″ photograph (NOT a digital file) with an 8″ x 10″ black mat and backing board featuring one of the gargoyles that rests atop Eastern State Penn each year during Terror Behind the Walls. Two colors are available: FULL COLOR and GRAY SCALE. Please indicate the color you wish to purchase in order comments.
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