Portrait at Panza’s and Friday Night Take Out

Everyone who knows me and  what’s in Millvale PA, was pretty sure I was at Jean-Marc Chatellier Bakery when they saw yesterday’s post of the snow topped mailboxes.

Not this trip-  although I wish I’d thought of when I was over there.

Right after school I drove in the snow and met my wonderful printer, Tom, to pick up a print.  Tom was waiting on the side of street on 31st  between Liberty and Penn, right before the 31st Street bridge.

His good idea so I could get to Millvale before closing.

I was dropping off a print to be framed at my favorite framer, Mark Panza Gallery. He and his daughter Jennifer do an excellent job.  I always leave there with a rejuvenation in spirit and lots of creative ideas after we talk.

Mark took this photo me with my new SONY mirrorless camera, testing it out.

I love the vintage mannequins in the background as they are waitng for pick-up to be in a movie being filmed in Millvale and Pittsburgh.

Thanks for taking this photo of me Mark.  

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and here is our selfie  usie  taken with the tilt screen option that opens up.

I made it a tad smaller so I don’t feel so bulky when I look at it.

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I cropped myself out and got a nice portrait of Mark

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Steve brought in take out tonight. Fish sandwich and slaw.  I reheated the sandwich in the oven.  Mmmmmm.

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11 thoughts on “Portrait at Panza’s and Friday Night Take Out

    • It is like a fun toy so far. Very light. I bought it as this model had a 400$ rebate and included a telephoto lens I would need to invest more if I used it for a wedding although I did use it as a back up. 20 megapixels seems sufficient but my canon glass is superior I know. Love the portability

  1. I had to Google usie….you and Mark took a wonderful usie 😉 and nothing like a PGH fish sandwich

  2. Panza’s is the best – we discovered him and he did our 4′ x 6′ Mario Lemiuex – We also bought a photo from him. He does great work and you 2 look great!

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