We were in the library parking garage in downtown Columbus. He’s the one who saw this and pointed to it and I took the photo. Good find, Charlie!
Three views of the North Side of the city on Thursday afternoon. Photographed from the AGH parking garage.
The evening felt like summer, this last night of September. Steve and I had a great time thanks to my son sharing his season tickets with us. The city skyline so colorful and bright against the dark sky. It sure gets darker earlier and the game didn’t start until 8:15 so definitely Monday Night Football.
It was a good game for the Steelers as they were 0 and 3.
Tonight’s score Pittsburgh Steelers-27 Cincinnati Bengals-3
At halftime we saw the four inductees of the class of 2019 being inducted into the Pittsburgh Hall of Honor — Elbie Nickel (his son was there to represent his deceased father) , Larry Brown, Bill Cowher and Hines Ward. #86 got the loudest cheers.
A blimp overhead as we walked over Roberto Clemente Bridge to Heinz Field
Boats moored on the Allegheny River edge
Two levels of fancy suites.
A bronze tribute to Franco Harris and the Immaculate Reception .
Honus Wagner Statue guards PNC Park until next Spring’s baseball season.
Downtown park has Eyeball Seats by Sculptor Louise Bougeois
Underground Parking Garages Make One Wary. Six word Saturday.
Too many movies spark one’s imagination. Especially at night.
Shot horizontally Friday night under the Giant Eagle Marketplace in Shadyside.
If it’s standing on end, do let me know.
Oh, I’ve seen car and I’ve seen train…….
Columbus, Ohio- Saturday afternoon. Shot from the second floor of the parking garage on our way to the car show.d
A sliver of a city scene. A bit of sunlight. Shapes and lines. A car driving down the middle of the road.
I went and looked at all my blog posts tagged transportation and I ‘ve shot a lot of cars, trains, buses, motorcycles, taxis and trucks.