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May evening in Pittsburgh
Late this afternoon, my brother Matt and I ventured into downtown Pittsburgh for an urban landscape photo session at sundown.
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Just south of Bridgeville, the first sight of the city peeks over the ridges.
Skyscraper views from Greentree
On to the West End Overlook, where we waited for 'Magic Hour', a photographer's term for the period just after sunset when the city lights are glowing under a deep blue twilight sky.
Looking northeast & Heinz Field
Looking north, Route 19 interchange
West End Overlook
The North Side
Matt, a professional still photographer, has the most extensive and popular Pittsburgh photo collection available, viewable on his web site Pittsburgh Skyline.
Matt & his Canon 5D
Passing CSX trains
Monongahela River & Fort Pitt Bridge
Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers
West End Bridge
Magic hour arrives.
After twilight was over, the last photo stop was the North Side along the Allegheny.
The Renaissance Hotel
PNC Park sign
Roberto Clemente Bridge
Blue LED lights on the bridge
Fort Pitt Tunnel southbound
For a large collection of Pittsburgh photos, visit Matt's site, Pittsburgh Skyline.
Since these photo series are becoming a regular feature on this blog, I'm trying something new with this one. Instead of posting a large number of small 320-pixel wide images, I'm creating a separate page for the photos with larger dimensions. That will allow for more images at a greater size without introducing a page load time issue for the rest of the blog.
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