Yesterday I photographed a few scenes in the drizzly rain. I posted Pittsburgh Autumn in a Dull Light.
Today it was bright and so I returned to the same spots. You can’t see how windy it was.
Thinking about how light affects the mood, color and feel of a photograph.
Today’s shot of the Homestead Smokestacks
and Three Red Trees
and look what happened on my way home? CLOUDS! Lots of clouds arrived in about fifteen minutes time.
I was down in Homestead at the Waterfront, having been up the hill in West Mifflin.
Shopped for flannel sheets. Readying for the cold weather.
And though the day was rainy, I thought I’d shoot to include the changing leaves, give a sense of time and place.
at the Red Light I saw this tree.
And just for fun, closer to home, the dog in the passenger seat signaling a right turn?
Self-assignment: Return to the same place and take another photograph.
Did you ever see two photographs where you are to spot the differences?
Photographed December 2010 Where the Rivers Meet (note the Christmas Tree at the Point)
Just the tips of the top of the PPG building, reminded me of a sandcastle at the beach.
And up over the hill, the rest of the skyline.
You can see the barge lane in the middle of the icy Monongahela River. Don’t let the blue sky fool you, it was really cold.
A panorama taken with the Sony Mirrorless camera. First time I used this feature.
This was actually the first shot Monday afternoon as I pulled out of the school lot.
First time the sun had shown itself in awhile.
View of the Monongahela River and skyline from Grandview Avenue. (Stef, do you think it is smiing?)
See the path where the tug pusning the barges has cut through the ice?
Duquesne Incline in the snow. A path left where the tug and barge cut through the rivers.
Three Rivers Stadium and the Ohio River
School got called off so I went to take some photographs on the way home.
1degree and -16 windchill. I didn’t stay long with my cameras.
My friends Deb and Sy live downstream along the Ohio River. They emailed me the cell phone photos they took at eye level as the tug cut through frozen Ohio River ice
Still thinking about depth. A second gallery for the weekly challenge. What draws your eye into the picture.
Rolling Pins in Mathews Antiques, Ohio
Homestead Stacks through a rainy windshield
Duquesne Incline Tracks from Below
Looking down into the box of Bird Bath Birds at the Antique Store.
Two door windows.
City View from Incline Ride- The Monongahela River
Serenity (noun): The state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.
Carrie Furnace on the Monongahela River.
Return and photograph a scene you have shot before- a different day, different weather, different angle, different light
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*Took a similar shot three years ago, almost to the day.
*Reflection on a day when the river was fairly still.
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.