Date: Nov. 9, 2013, 4:19 p.m.
Location: Woodland Avenue and 60th Street
The Story: While out on a hunt for sweet-potato greens to photograph for the cover of our Meal Ticket issue, I hopped from one African market to another. Southwest Philadelphia’s Woodland Avenue shopping corridor has a diverse mix of storeowners and vendors. As the cooler months roll in, one entrepreneur set out a variety of coats, jackets, shoes and purses for sale along a metal fence. A lone biker rode past in a hooded sweatshirt and shorts, glowing in the afternoon fall light.
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