Today was the day to get moving. The skies threatened rain so it would have been so easy to cancel and stay home. I even emailed to ask” is the walk happening rain or shine?” Turns out they are committed and walk in the rain.
I decided I’d better go walk after telling everyone I was going to take a walk through this historic Allegheny Cemetery sponsored and led by Fitness Instructor Nancy of the Stephen Foster Community (senior) Center.
Now there were two speed walkers who left the other four of us in the dust. Experienced walkers for sure. How I made it 3.5 miles is amazing. It’s happening again next Tuesday, too. Hmmmmmm
There were three Fox dens you can see on this little hillside. The seasoned walkers have seen their heads peeking out of the holes.
A poignant sculpture at a child’s grave
We drove by the Allegheny Cemetery entrance on Butler St in Lawrenceville. We drove back to catch the sign she’d seen.
Allegheny Cemetery. Pittsburgh PA. Saturday afternoon.
I had to pull over and put my flashers on and try to catch a couple of shots.
They ran like lightning. From what or to where I don’t know.
The structure you see is the mausoleum.
I never saw anything like this herd running. I missed the first group.
I cropped to try to give you a better sense of my experience.
You may be familiar with Joey’s elegant wedding photography.
I met him at Silver Eye Center for Photography a few years ago when we were in a Self-Portrait show. He has always been generous in answering photography questions.
Tonight Steve and I went to the wonderful and well attended opening and bought a print. The prices on his prints and stretched canvas photos were affordable! Familiar skylines and bridges in soft fog, Allegheny Cemetery scenes, trees and scupltured angels, the incline- just as the show is titled- Light and Landscape
Followers who viewed his images made the selections for the exhibition AND the size of the printed photo was determined by which on got the most “likes”.
“Kennedy invites the public to participate in the exhibition’s image selection by visiting his Instagram account, instagram.com/joeykennedyphoto. Each image included in the exhibition is tagged #lightandlandscape.”
The good news is that the show is up until April 12th.
709 Gallery on Penn Avenue in the Cultural District
Joey calls everyone together for a group shot!
(Experimenting with the panorama setting on the new mirrorless SONY)
The view when leaving the gallery