Humble Contributions to the Peoples' History

This week’s challenge is to find beauty or interest where we might least expect it.

In walking through the neighborhood of Mt. Airy, I stumbled on the Philadelphia Salvage Company. Suitcases and trunks piled on an old railroad cart, and metal cans spilled over the sidewalk. I didn’t linger too long outside in the cold. On entering the building, I noticed a cast iron stove, pumping warm air through the building, and I warmed my hands as a looked around, mesmerized by the array of architectural salvage, from stained glass, plumbing and electrical fixtures, antique doors and windows.

A well-worn tea kettle bubbled boiling water as steam spewed from its spout.


Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra)ordinary

Comments on: "Tempest in a Teapot: Weekly Photo Challenge" (4)

  1. Peter Schreiner said:

    With some stories to tell, I’d bet. If tea kettles could talk, that is. Of course, they can’t, they can only whistle.

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  2. Used to hang in Mt. Airy now and then way back when I lived in Phila. Loved your choice for this week.

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