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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Burgh Burst

Burgh Burst

Found this one in the archives and never posted it. While out shooting prior to sunrise near Station Square in Pittsburgh last year with my daughter, we saw what was the start to a beautiful sunrise. We hopped in my truck and blasted up to Mt Washington to get some shots of the sunrise over the city skyline. I have captured many cool sunrises from this similar vantage point, but I really liked the silhouette of the skyline and the sun burst in...

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The Old Barn

The Old Barn

Hello Everyone! First off I’d like to thank you all for sharing, commenting, retweeting the images I’ve posted the last few days! It’s really great of you all to do this! Today’s photo is of an old barn and farm that is one of the few remaining in my area. All the others have long ago sold out to real estate developers and no longer exist. I got this shot just as the sun was coming up and I was walking along the fence...

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Morning on the Mon

Morning on the Mon

Today’s shot is from back in April on a Saturday morning prior to sunrise. Since I’m still not able to get out, I’ve been going through some of my old shots that I haven’t shared yet and chose this one for today.   It was a nice quiet morning in the Burgh when I wanted to get some shots of the Smithfield Street Bridge that I grabbed this shot of the empty docks, Monongahela River, and the Pittsburgh Skyline as the...

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Country Road

Country Road

Country road? Well not really. This shot is along a road not far from my house that used to be all “Country”. Farm country. In the last 25 years almost all the farmers sold out to developers and hundreds and hundreds of homes have been built in the area. Down the road on the left is one of the last remaining farms in the town as the sun rises behind it. On the right you can see the pillars and lights to one of the long driveways to...

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