If you’ve kept up with my blog from the very beginning, you’ll know that this started out primarily as a black-and-white photography blog. I explain the reason why I chose black-and-white photography in detail on my Behind the Blog page, but basically, I love the look of older film photography, especially with older cities like Philadelphia (I love film photography so much that I have a pretty big collection of old photographs). I haven’t done a black-and-white photography post since August, so I thought that Christmas would be the perfect time to bring it back with a black-and-white Christmas decorations post!
If you’ve seen my many Christmas posts, you’ve seen how beautiful and magical Philadelphia is at Christmastime. I’ve seen a lot of beautiful, classy decorations and lights that give an old-fashioned Christmas feel to the city, and I feel like I’ve stepped back in time. I also did a black-and-white Christmas decorations post last year because I love how timeless Philadelphia looks this time of year. If you haven’t explored Philadelphia at Christmastime yet, you should definitely try to before the holiday season ends!
I have more photos of Rittenhouse Square in my previous Christmas decorations post
If you need help with taking photos of Christmas lights, I have a post with some tips on winter photography!
Stay tuned for next week’s post on the Christmas Village at City Hall!
What are some of your favorite Christmas decorations? Comment below! 🙂