Find the Magic Chef Gas Ranges Sign City rooftops from the 22nd floor. Through a hotel window. Raindrops on the glass. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... February 28, 2012February 27, 2012 by Ruth Categories: Light in the City, Pittsburgh PhotosTags: architecture, August Wilson Center, city rooftops, Liberty Avenue, photography, Pittsburgh architecture, Pittsburgh Photography, postaday, signage, travel, Westin Hotel 12 Comments
love hanging out on rooftops!
I Like the view of the city roof tops. Don’t always get a chance to see the city from the top at this end of downtown. The August Wilson Center looks even more interesting from this angle.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
There’s some pretty interesting old signage on buildings in and around The Loop, too. Like with your photo, you just need to know where to look. 🙂
Great lines and curves, brick and glass. Cool composition, too. Another impressive pic.
I can’t I’m dizzy!
Whoa! very cool.
Love this photo! My first view of the TOTAL August Wilson Center ….
Mom, and maybe my Grandmother, had a Magic Chef – only stove I can remember her having! Don’t remember the brand of any of my stoves …… right now it’s Sears / Kenmore. Magic Chef holds much more …. well, magic!!!! 🙂 It’s a gas range, tho …. with electric pilots for complication.
This is a really cool shot!
I see it… were you nearby? 😉
found it! I love old ads like that.
Cool! Found it!
Thanks for looking and taking time to write a comment, letting me know you found it. I love those old signs and they are disappearing.