Residence Inn Mt. Laurel at Bishop's Gate
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... receivers mounted to the camera body and plugged into the chassis. From there we had muxed SDI output to a pair of SSD recorders. (My apology if I lost you!).
The surgeon was ready to start, and he's not going to wait for us, nor should he, we had 3 hours to get it right! What makes that the most heartbreaking is we had tested both mics that morning, all the way through test record and opening the resulting video in my NLE on my laptop. Then at ...
... was also used as a communal vegetable garden for the people in the area.
That face you're making right now...? Yeah, that's the same one I made.
Also, did you know that Historic Philadelphia has the straightest streets i the country? Philadelphia was planned out so that all of its streets ran only North-South and East-West. Well, there is one exception: Dock Street. Dock Street used to be Dock Creek, but it was blamed for the Yellow Fever epidemic, ...
... a few hours exploring the eclectic collection of shops before sampling the first of my 3 Philly Cheese Steak experiences. If you're going to sample a city's signature food it's important to conduct thorough research! ;) Vegan cheese steak? Not bad at all!
The next morning when I peered out the windows I was greeted with the magical sight of drifting snowflakes! They tumbled and twirled in a beautiful dance before collecting on every surface imaginable....and showed ...
... in New York for the second time this summer from July 30 until August 3rd. I then made my way back to Chester Springs.
Today, I went back into town and took my belongings with me to store them at 30th Street Station so I would not have to made the long commute back to the suburbs. This time, I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which features a variety of exhibits showcasing the achievements of the Western world since the first century CE and ...
... in the summer and cold in the winter. During incarceration, normally more than 5 years, were hooded when outside their cells to prevent interaction with others.
Seven cellblocks spread like the spokes of a wheel. We got to tour all of the seven cellblocks, with free audio headphones narration to guide you through the tour. The prison is in ruin today but is a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and surprising, eerie beauty.