The Gateway

The Gateway

Some folks are not even aware that the City of Pittsburgh has a subway. Us locals call it the T or trolley because that’s what they used to be before they built the underground system in downtown Pittsburgh. Now the T has much more modern trains rather than the old trolley’s. The former Gateway Plaza station was the last station in the city. It closed in 2009 to allow for the “North Shore Connector”, a tunnel under the...

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Have a Seat

Have a Seat

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of meeting and going out shooting with Mike Criswell. He had contacted me and wanted to go shoot around Pittsburgh a while back and we finally got to do it. It was really a good time and I look forward to shooting with him again! If you’re not familiar with Mike’s work, check out his website at Michael “Theaterwiz” Criswell Photography, he does amazing work!   Today’s photo...

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You’re in Steelers Country

You’re in Steelers Country

A quick post and photo for this Friday! I want to thanks all the folks who have been visiting and liking my work! I really appreciate it!   Today’s photo is along the North Shore River Walk of a boat all decked out before the Steelers first preseason game this year. I figured this would be fitting for the first “Official” weekend of NFL and Steelers football!     I hope everyone has a great weekend! GO...

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Summer in the City

Summer in the City

It really could not have been a better day! The sun was shining. The clouds were beautiful. There was a nice slight breeze. The city looked beautiful, and I was with my family. How can I top that? Summer in the City of Pittsburgh is really a sight to behold.   People in good moods, friendly to one another. A walk along the North Shore will consist of lots of different people. Folks walking their dogs, bicyclists, skateboarders, joggers,...

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Reflections

Reflections

I hope everyone had a good weekend! Mine went well. On Saturday morning, we were going to head downtown to the City of Pittsburgh to get some shots of the “Knit the Bridge” project where they were covering the entire Andy Warhol Bridge in yarn. Unfortunately, when we arrived they hadn’t had much of it even really started yet so we decided to make the best of it by walking over to the North Shore and getting some shots...

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