Even at half volume, the anniversary party tent captures the downpour at a deafening level. No this post is NOT a Silent Sunday today.
The rain didn’t stop the festivities, but most partygoers took cover inside. Tables laden with food taken into the open garage.
A short video captures the sounds of the deluge.
Neville Island Pennsylvania.
Back to the serious business of partying outdoors, once the rain stopped. Of course, it stopped and started several times throughout the afternoon.
This is the view from Butler Street, towards the Highland Park Bridge. One of the 445 bridges of Pittsburgh.
You can’t see the Allegheny River due to the fog.
The metal view finder is reflecting the street lights.
Did you know the swiveling sightseeing view finder is actually called TOWER VIEWER – coin operated binoculars ?
Although I’m back home in Pittsburgh, I saw this elegant bride in Reykavik on Saturday night. I’d just taken a photo of a dress in a window and walked while becoming wet in the sleeting cold rain. Just felt magical to see her. I hope she doesn’t mind .
Sunday afternoon outside the Neues Museum. The Berlin cathedral in a rainy puddle. Fall began in earnest.
Two days ago it was ninety five degrees. Schools were dismissed early due to the temperatures.
Do you discuss the weather?
It’s definitely a topic of conversation in Pittsburgh.