The most difficult part of this project was finding data about individual aspects of Philadelphia and finding a way to incorporate those stats into the paragraphs. All of the other parts were simple once you stopped worrying about how you were going to get them done and actually started doing them. My first step in getting my pictures was going topic by topic and thinking of something in center city/my neighborhood that involved the topic. Then all I had to do was go out and take pictures of whatever it was. My favorite image is the picture of our school because it's a bangin' picture, but that isn't the image that best encapsulates the effects of globalization in Philadelphia. I do the best job of showing/explaining the effects of globalization in Philadelphia with my image of the GAP bag. Even though I didn't go too deep in depth on the topic, I still wrote more information about that topic than any other mainly because that's the issue I know about more than any topic in the world. Globalization is naturally more prevalent in large cities than in small communities, so there is evidence of it everywhere in Philadelphia. When comparing Philadelphia to the other large cities in the United States, I think that we are all pretty much on the same scale in terms of how prevalent it is.
p.s. I apologize for the crap I turned in, I just figured it was better than nothing.