I took these shots in April when I visited Berlin. Playgrounds have permanent ping pong tables installed. Just bring paddle and balls.
Krista Stevens at WordPress creates some interesting photo challenges. This week we’re to show where we live with the theme Tour Guide,
Here’s a Pittsburgh montage. Knowing when to stop digging in the archives is the problem but it’s one AM so we’ll start with this gallery tonight.
If you enter the city from the south- Ft Pitt Tunnel and Bridge this is the view when you emerge from the tunnel,
Duquesne Incline and a view of the city
Statue of beloved Mayor Caliguiri on the steps of the City-County Building
Andy Warhol Museum Detail and the old Lobby
East Liberty Carnegie Library and Presbyterian Church
Mr. Rogers Sweater and Sneakers at the Airport Display
The Point and the fountain. Where the three rivers meet, Allegheny and Monongahela form the Ohio River,
Incline in the Snow
Carnegie Museum of Natural History\
Carnegie Museum of Art
Carnegie Museum of Art Sculpture Garden Courtyard
Above-Forbes Field Wall and Bill Mazeroski Statue with Fireworks. 1960 World Series
St Paul Cathedral at Night
Heinz Field at Night
Heinz Hall at Night
Prantl’s Bakery-Home of the World Famous Burnt Almond Torte
Keeping Tabs- Holocaust Memorial- Squirrel Hill
University of Pittsburgh Cathedral of Learning
From the Norhside- Fineview
Carrie Furnace on the Monongahela River
Got Bridges? Why yes, we do!
Lost Kennywood- Kennywood Amusement Park
North Side- Cloud Arbor by the Children’s Museum
Southside Club Cafe Live Music VenueSt. Paul Cathedral in Oakland
AMTRAK station downtown
Carnegie Library- Oakland
East Liberty- Motor Square Garden and the Presbyterian Church
St Mary on the Mount -Mount Washington
Guard rails, hills, and retaining walls.
Lawrenceville Neighborhood- Arsenal Lanes
Art Rooney Statue in the Snow
Shadyside Variety Store
Kaufmann’s Clock Downtown.
Kennywood Amusement Park- Racer
Do you want to Peek Inside?
After dinner, Steve drove me by Row House Cinema on Butler Street. I tried to get a couple of panoramas so that’s why the passing cars looked chopped up.iPhone shots tonight.
The Lawrenceville Historical Society and Row House Cinema present
The Pittsburgh Kid (1941) shown on Friday JUNE 23, 2017 at 7 PM
4115 Butler Street
Also- Joe Louis vs. Billy Conn highlight reel will be shown
With round by round commentary from the panel
Gene Collier – Post-Gazette columnist
Tim Conn – Billy’s eldest son
Paul F. Kennedy – author of Billy Conn’s biography
a member was hanging a flyer at Ritter’s Diner and Aphrodite introduced us. Here she is holding the flyer announcing the event.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased by clicking this link
After dinner, Steve drove me by Row House Cinema on Butler Street. I tried to get a couple of panoramas so that’s why the passing cars looked chopped up.
And then a V of honking geese flew overhead
Who knew? Gatorade has a birthplace!
Sunday afternoon at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Count the places you see numbers.
Numbers tell time
Reading Terminal Philadelphia
Numbers keep score
LazerKraze Columbus Ohio
Numbers on a bus, train, trolley or flight number
Numbers to phone
Numbers to remember
Numbers to celebrate
Numbers identify players and participants
Numbers for weight and price per item or pound
Numbers determine which lane you swim in and times determine which ribbon or medal you receive
Numbers from another time, WW2, a ration book
Numbers to play
Numbers found in odd places
I was sitting at the edge of the field in a canvas chair. Michael and Jack play lacrosse in addition to swimming. The 70-200 lens allowed me to cloture their participation while sitting down and relaxing.
#65 -Michael and #48 – Jack white team
The black edges on photos are due to my blogging from phone and screen shot of files on Flickr, oh my. It’s late and just returned from Ohio this afternoon and the computer is downstairs in a bag.