Lots and lots of ladies’ dresses hanging in, of all places, the Strip District in Pittsburgh. Do we strip and try them on? No, it’s just the original strip of wholesale warehouses for all sorts of produce and dry goods. And ladies’ dresses.
I applied the “poster edges” filter to achieve the vibrance and contrast from the original scene; I had to take the photo through my car window.
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They look like little ladies in hoop skirts, delicate and beautiful, three columbine flowers in the morning.
The geese were paddling along in formation on Chartiers Creek, but it looked to me as if one of them had another idea.
Two trees use their bare twigs and branches to snag a passing cloud.
This changeable March weather brings heavy rains, high winds and clear blue skies with puffy clouds, all in the same afternoon.
Along Chartiers Creek and the railroad tracks just off Main Street in Carnegie, PA.