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Posts tagged “Allegheny River

Snowstorm Softens Skyline Edges in 2015 and in 2010

Self-assignment:  Return to the same place and take another photograph.

Did you ever see two photographs where you are to spot the differences?

IMG_7578Photographed February 2015

img_8139Photographed December 2010 Where the Rivers Meet   (note the Christmas Tree at the Point)


Allegheny River in January

A few shots I took while doing a photo shoot on Sunday afternoon.

Ice on the Allegheny

Ice on the Allegheny

31st Street Bridge

31st Street Bridge

Washington Landing Marina

Washington Landing Marina


Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity

Serenity (noun): The state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.   Allegheny River

knitting (1)


Shadowed Gallery

A second post of shadowed upon further digging in archives.

Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village


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Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.”

Yes, they said they threw us a curveball with the challenge for yellow right in the midst of silver and red and green holiday colors.  No lemons available in the house.

giant duck on River

Allegheny River Pittsburghcaution tape

New York City

yellow dress at EasterNew York City

yellow pastryyellow cabs 2

Central Park Taxi Cabs

pasta

Pasta at Eatalyyellow carouselJane’s Carousel Brooklyn

brooklyn botanic garden rose

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yellow flowers


Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

Converge.  

Ben Huberman’s challenge of the week.   He says, “Photos are visual spaces where shapes and lines, objects, and people come together.”

And what classic photo from my Pittsburgh archives could I choose, except where the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River converge to create the great Ohio River?  Three Rivers!

three rivers Pittsburgh

anna and lala converge

Anna and Lala converge at james’ parents’ farm

ocean and sand

Ocean and sand converge at sunrise. St. George Island, Florida

little italy days

Double Yellow Lines converge at Little Italy Days in Bloomfield.

railroad tracks

Railroad tracks appear to converge even though we know they are parallel.  Ohio.

traffic converge

Perhaps this one is for MERGE where the traffic attempts to converge

lines of light

Geometric lines of light, Market Square.  CONGREGATION  kinetic interactive video art installation

The Beatles song Come Together comes to mind

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axb2sHpGwHQ


The city is there, I swear

On the way to school, I drove up McArdle Roadway to Mount Washington.

This is shot from the Duquesne Incline Platform.   A blanket of October 1st fog.

Almost a Wordless Wednesday.

Pittsburgh in fog


Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime

Photographing at night is one of my favorite things to do.

The city looks the most beautiful at night.

I scanned just a wee portion of my archives to get a representative sampling.

Nighttime- quiet, dark.  Sparkly, twinkly too as I seem to shoot a lot of lights.

Nightime. 

 nighttime

Anna and Maura and Henry getting ready to go to sleep.

light up night

The city lit up feels magical to me. Every November they have Light Up Night

Goorin Brothers Hats on Bleecker

Goorin Brothers Hat Shop on Bleecker Street, New York City

PAT bus on HighlandI

Inspired by my son-in-law James.  A bus on Bryant Street in Highland Park

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Table.

saxophone

Reggie Howze playing the saxophone on the Roberto Clemente Bridge

nightitme house

Love to photograph the decorated Christmas houses at night.

St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul Cathedral – Oakland Pittsburgh

balloon man

Balloon Man at Little Italy Days in Bloomfield

barn

The barn at Bobbijo and Tim’s wedding.

fire and ice

I posted this or a similar one for fire and ice. Definitely nighttime

Primanti Bros

Getting a sandwich late at night.  The sandwich with the french fries and coleslaw right on it.

downtown

The Greyhound Bus station at night in Pittsburgh

Night now.


Watching the River AND the Ball Game @ PNC Park

Drove back from Columbus to Pittsburgh with the youngest three grandchildren for a vacation at Grandma’s House.

We went downtown toPNC Park to see  the Pirates game. It was Pittsburgh Public Schools Night.

Wasn’t sure how I’d manage with all three ( 5, 7 and almost 9) but it was fine. There was a mixture of fun and boredom for them.

A hot summer night.  No rain. Saw a lot of students from school and the grandchildren seemed fascinated as the kids called my name.

 

Our seats had a great vantage point for the activity on the Allegheny River, too.

 

Gateway Clipper Ships

Gateway Clipper Ships Pass Under Roberto Clemente Bridge on the Allegheny River

 

 

Pirates Pitcher

Anticipating the release of the pitch      Pirates lost to Cincinnati Reds 6-5

 

 

IMG_9437Entertaining the crowd

 

Cotton Candy Man

Always like to get a shot of the Cotton Candy Man

 

 

Barges and tug boat

 

 

 

 

Grandkids on way home

A lot of energy left at 10 PM. Home to Grandma’s House.

 

 

 

Take me out to the ball game


Night City from the North Shore

From the archives-

The sky color grabbed my eye. The painterly quality of the Allegheny River.  Lights reflected are a favorite of mine.

You can’t have Pittsburgh city shots without plenty of bridges.

And lit at night?  Always satisfying to find the skyline in different moods from different vantage points.

While seeking photographs of my grandson Michael (his sister Anna is going to create a story board)  for his First Holy Communion Party on Saturday, I found these two Pittsburgh night photos.

North Shore City View

 

 

 

If you’ve been a blog follower for a time you may have seen these two photos  from October 2011

 

North Shore City View2

 


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