Late Afternoon at U of Pitt Campus

 

Friday afternoon  I was photographing senior portraits of two young women by the Cathedral of Learning at Pitt. ( no one actually says “University of Pittsburgh”)

In between their outfit changes, I photographed the tall tower in different lights.

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see how the sun changes the color of the Indiana limestoneMagic

 

Then a bride and groom walked by, just married!

I asked if I might photograph them and they said,  sure!

I even asked the groom to move a bit so his mouth wasn’t hidden. Sweet.

Those were some killer heels (in blue)

 

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And then a woman walked by with balloons.

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There was a beautiful tree

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It was fun to see some different sights.  And capture them, too.

All in all it was a magical afternoon, especially with the unexpected barefoot bride and the balloon woman.

Magic is the weekly photo challenge.

16 thoughts on “Late Afternoon at U of Pitt Campus

  1. Ruth – I’ve been living in California since I graduated from Pitt in 1969, and I only make it back to Pittsburgh about once every five years. I really enjoy your photo blog for many reasons, but one reason is that I love seeing photos of my home town and my alma mater in your blog. Thanks!

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  3. vibrant photos and the wedding ones really made me smile. So nice to get a glimpse into that special day for folks…. and seeing the dress and flowers is sometimes fun. nice place too

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