Jurassic Pittsburgh Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... April 26, 2012April 25, 2012 by Ruth Categories: Light in the City, Photography, What I Saw on the Way to SchoolTags: Birmingham Bridge, bridge, demolition, dinosaur, excavator, Fifth Avenue, heavy equipment, housing, machinery, photography, Pittsburgh, postaday, preservation, traffic, travel 12 Comments
((laughing)) Good one, Ruth. I hope those windows in the background do not belong to any small children’s bedrooms. If so, some parents are in for some sleepless nights. 🙂
That is a perfect shot.
Ha. Don’t move or it will see you
Now that’s a scary looking monster!
I really like the darker shot.
You know I’m a sucker for construction gear (http://smilekiddo.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/for-the-love-of-trucks/) – and the dinosaur take on the machines made them all the cooler! Wonderful shot (and eye).
I LOVE the top one–the dinosaur is about to eat the wall, and if you look, there is a face in it! 🙂
Laura you are hilarious, and Ruth these are great photos…. as usual : )
Now that first one is awesome!!!
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Thanks Stef. That was nice.
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