Friday, January 13, 2012

Shots Around St. Louis by Jeff Phillips

I gave my friend in from China a tour around the city and parts of Illinois, and these are some of the shots he took.
Above, Armour Meat Packing Plant, and below a corner store in North City.
Below, I think this house is in Old North St. Louis.
Taking a shot of some houses while we were driving creates an interesting visual effect in the foreground.
The lines of the McKinley Bridge never cease to amaze me as well.
And finally, the view of downtown from the old National Stockyards. The day we were there the prostitutes out along Route 3 were wearing Santa Claus hats.
All photos by Jeff Phillips


  1. You are correct that the building in question is in Old North, on the southeast corner of Wright & Blair.

  2. It's an honor to be featured on the site, Chris! I hope we can go on another photo tour next time I am in town. There is a lot of interesting stuff to see around the city, and you know all the intriguing out of the way places. --Jeff.


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