Someone let me loose on a lovely sunny warm spring day in Pittsburgh with my camera. I really just wandered one area, Mt. Washington, from where you can see to the end of the world. i will actually use a number of these for a design project I’m working on. I couldn’t get a good photo of the point so above is one from last year on just about exactly this date. Below is a “tiled mosaic” of some of the photos I took today.
The Allegheny River Valley.
Explanation of “Points of View” sculpture
First Side, Pittsburgh.
The First Mining of Pittsburgh Coal.
“Points of View”: Chief Guyasuta and George Washington.
The Ohio River.
The Monongahela River Valley.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Mt. Washington Branch.
Up, up and away!
All the way downhill.
South Side Flats and Slopes.
May 8, 2013 | Categories: pittsburgh | Tags: allegheny river, city, monongahela river, ohio river, photography, pittsburgh pa, spring afternoon, the point at pittsburgh, urban | Leave a comment