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Full Moon, Blimp and a Night Game at PNC Park

It was the Sunday night I returned from Columbus OH.

Mother’s Day evening.

The blue night sky asks to be photographed.

 

full moon UPMC

I enjoy taking photos of the city at night.

 

 

 

 

full moon and UPMC

There’s the blimp

 

 

Night Game PNC Park

From the red light at the Convention Center.Night Game at PNC Park


Pink Flamingos or Flamingoes Adorn the Water Cooler

My creative and artistic friends  host a great party! I like their imaginative use of the pink flamingo lights wrapped around the water cooler.  Unique. I  laughed out loud when I saw them.I had to look up the plural of flamingo and both o and oes are acceptable, posted in the order listed.  The link states the birds are gregarious.  I like that, too! I don’t have a water cooler or flamingo shaped lights but the combo looks fun to me.

Almost looks like an aquarium.

You can really say it glows....


Light Up Night Pittsburgh

From the the sidewalk by the Monongahela Incline.  Not the usual view.  Drove up Sycamore Street after the Madwomen in the Attic Poetry Reading/ Party at WYEP on the South Side. Easy to park as it was after 10 PM.  I missed the fireworks.  Walked up and down Grandview and took a series of shots of Light Up Night, wishing I had taken the tripod and cable release.

Find the Christmas tree and the American flag

Find the American flag.


Three Men & a Bicyclist on Smallman Street

Waiting in the car for Steve to get the Primanti’s sandwiches, I saw these men head north on Smallman Street.  They’d just left Primanti Brothers. And then the bicyclist joined in the frame, that time of day when the streetlights come on, but it’s not dark yet. Unable to determine how the street got named but am sure with more research I’ll find it. You can see all the loading docks on the left for the fruit and vegetable deliveries. It’s a really wide street.

St. Stanislaus in the background on the right, completed in 1892.


New York City Rooftops by Night Light

New York City Rooftops 4-4-09

New York City Rooftops 4-4-09


New York City Rooftops by Day & Night Light-2 photos

How does light affect an image? Time of day. Time of year. Direction. Intensity. Source. Pollution. Weather conditions. Thinking about the quality of light. Taken from E’s mother’s apartment window4/4/09 in New York City looking North.

New York City Rooftops by Day 4-4-09

New York City Rooftops by Day 4-4-09New York City Rooftops Night 4-4-09


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