Inscribed recto, l.c.: FAIRMOUNT PARK< PHILADELPHIA./ Photographed by James Cremer, 18 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia. Inscribed in ink, verso u.l.: On the Wissahickon Inscribed in pencil, l.r.: B314
An aerial view of where water meets land. The image is full of texture representing the different landforms. The water creates a "C" curve on the right hand side of the image, while the sand creates a reverse "C" curve on the left side.
In the foreground there is a horizontal white fence. Behind that are two mountains that overlap eachother in the center of the image and a larger mountain in the back that is in between the two. The mountain in the back is darker because of the cloud cover above.