There’s a stop light at the end of the bridge. When it was red, this was my vantage point of the city. Then I was joined by the silver car in the left lane.
(My Six Word Saturday see Debbie Smyth’s Travel With Intent blog)
Pittsburgh in the distance as we make our descent.
welcome signop Duquesne Incline aPPGDowntown alley view from the bus
Cathedral of Learning University of PittsburghCentral Catholic rooftop silhouette as I wait for Steve to come pick me up at the bus stop
not my house but isn’t the light lovely on the brick?
Home sweet home. Grateful for safe travels.
They must be seeking light.
“Bleeding-heart, perennial herbaceous plants of the Papaveraceae family, including: Lamprocapnos spectabilis (formerly Dicentra spectabilis)”
Flower meanings Bleeding Heart
3500th Blog Post Today
Thank you readers and followers and fellow bloggers for hanging in there with me all these years.
I appreciate your looking at the photos (hopefully right side up), clicking the like button and writing comments when you can, even when it’s been a hassle.
It’s Spring Break at Grandma’s House for three of the grandkids.
I am fortunate to live in a city with so much to offer.
I was looking for a Throwback Thursday photo and found this black and white shot of the city at night. Light Up Night is in November, the Friday before Thanksgiving and you can see the effort to light up the city with every available watt. I’m pretty sure I could take a better image now so will try to retake this coming November 2019.
Shot from the Duquesne Incline Platform
I got excited when I saw this combination on an adjacent street the other day. Drove around the block to capture this image. Toilets in unexpected places can be a surprise.
I was headed out of town early in the morning. Figured I’d fill the tank before I hit the interstate. This is what I found at the station where I planned to gas up. Who knew the place was changing hands/ brands?
Not a gas pump in sight.