Frank Sinatra Looking Out a Window

While stopped at a red light, I looked to my left and wondered about that crazy middle door in the center of the second floor. Going where?
When I uploaded the photo on the computer tonight, I noticed Frank Sinatra peering out the upper window.

Shadow Trees in January Sunlight

Shooting into the sun. See the little green orb?

A rare blue sky day in Pittsburgh at the Park. Chilly but sunny.

 

Becky B #Januarylight challenge continues til the end of the month Today her post is Alight Together

And the blogger who alerted me to the JanuaryLight Challenge is Cee whose Streetlight with Sunlight can be seen here 

Sacristry Light

“a room in a church where a priest prepares for a service, and where vestments and other things used in worship are kept

St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church on the North Side

 

Becky B captures a Daily Dose of Daylight in Lisbon as she continues the #Januarylight challenge

FountainLight and BoatLight Where the Three Rivers Meet

From my archives

St. Mary of the Mount in the upper right, the arch of the Ft. Pitt Bridge, a line of lights along Grandview Avenue to the towerlight on the left.

The Allegheny River and the Monongahela River meet at the Point – the third river The Ohio

Becky B continues to inspire #Januarylight posts across the blogosphere with her challenge.

Taillights, Headlights and Raindrops Catch Light

I got to be the passenger Wednesday night.

So many lights to capture in the night.

The bright light top left is on the new TRYP Hotel, (perhaps from their rooftop restaurant I read about? )

Just left the 40th Street Bridge in Lawrenceville

Becky B inspired the #JanuaryLight challenge

 

Learning to Frame a Shot -Heinz Factory

From the Penn Brewery window.

We were waiting for our early dinner to be served and the sun was going down Sunday evening. The Heinz Factory was across the way.  Maura watched me as I caught the building framed in the window pane and she asked if she could push the circle shutter. A collaborative effort. It’s a thrill when the grandkids want to take photos.