PHOTOS FROM PITTSBURGH’S MY MACY’S PARADE FEATURING RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL PLAYERS & DAVY CROCKETT Henry VIII was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. He was Lord, and later assumed the Kingship, of Ireland, as well as continuing the nominal claim by the English monarchs to the Kingdom of France.Wikipedia Henry VIII was […]
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CUMULUS CLOUDS I was coming home from my granddaughter’s band practice and notices these clouds sweeping the sky during the dusk of the day. Vertically Developed Clouds Probably the most familiar of the classified clouds is the cumulus cloud. Generated most commonly through either thermal convection or frontal lifting, these clouds can grow to heights in excess of […]
It’s not quite a winter wonderland, but we received our first taste of winter on Nov. 12th, enough snow to tell us the seasons are changing. The heaviest of the snow came down overnight, switching over from rain with the dropping temperatures. According to the National Weather Service, November 12 was the snowiest day in Pittsburgh history […]
THE RUBBER DUCK Over a million admirers flocked to Point State Park in downtown Pittsburgh for a glimpse of the city’s world-famous Rubber Duck inflatable sculpture. The 40-foot rubber duck, the brainbird of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman that has been floating in the Allegheny River just off of Point State Park the past few weeks, […]
There is nothing like high school football. Here is a sample of one game’s highlights. BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
It has been a few weeks since I was able to post pictures on my blog. At first it was due to extreme fatigue. Then high school football took up all my time and energy. I want to thank each of you for your prayers and concerns while I was away. As you know I […]
FROM THE EYES OF THE YOUNG BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
A couple of years ago I was visiting a bicycle shop called, Bicycle Heaven, where my photography class was invited to do a photo shoot. Now you would think you would see everything related to bicycles; seats, tires, handle bars, helmets, wheels, etc. Not in this unique and fascinating place, See below some of the things […]
DISCOVER AMERICA It’s Regatta time again in Pittsburgh. It’s also a time we celebrate the 4th of July in this country. The past two years there has been a sand art sculpture featured. This year’s work is again by Sensational Sand Sculpting. presented by Colcom Foundation and titled, “America’s Pioneering Spirit.” The display is packed […]