What I found most challenging about this project was actually thinking of images that somehow corresponded to the topics. I honestly had no idea how to photograph things like "gender" or "health" and have them relate to globalization in Philadelphia. It ended up taking me a really long time to figure out what to photograph, never mind writing about what I did.
I also didn't really have a great camera. For the most part I went around with my phone taking photos. I also took photos with a couple different people (some of whom had better cameras than I did). I also managed to borrow my father's nice camera for a couple of my photos. I selected the images that were the clearest and most relevant to my topic.
My favorite photo is the picture of First Unitarian Church. I managed to actually get a clear picture, using a real camera instead of my phone. I also love the design of the building itself, so I was pretty happy with the result.
I think the evidence of globalization is pretty prevalent. As I said in my benchmark, Philadelphia is a port city. Thanks to the fact that we've always had a booming trade industry here, we have a rich global culture within the city. It's evidenced in just about every area, people from all over the world have made Philadelphia their home, and left their own cultural impact on the city. I'd say we're one of the most globalized cities in the nation.