CHEERLEADERS IN FLIGHT When I attend my grandchildren’s football games, I often switch my photo to the sports mode because I don’t have time to change my settings to capture fast-moving action. Using the sports mode increases my odds of bringing home what that one brief moment felt like. I find that especially true when photographing […]
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WATER PRESSURE The fountain at Point State Park is a fun gathering place for families and tourist. It’s a fun place to sunbathe, dangle your feet in the water, meet up with friends, or simply relax. The fountain has two powerful 250-horsepower pumps that drive the column of water into the air, creating a jet […]
COAL TRANSPORT Pittsburgh is one of the great industrial cities of the United States. $9 billion of commerce flow through the Port of Pittsburgh annually, making it the 2nd largest inland port and 20th largest overall port in the U.S. Coal comprises 76% of the total commerce flow, making it by far the most influential commodity […]
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ALL THE LITTLE PEOPLE WHO MAKE UP THE MAN All a matter of perspective. WPC BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
OLD TIME LOOK Many photographers have found that adding a sepia tint gives their photographs more of an “old timely” or “artsy” look. Visit Cee’s Photography for move sepia tones. AMISH HORSE & BUGGY LOG CABINS CLAYTON – PITTSBURGH HOME OF HENRY CLAY FRICK 1882 – 1905 BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
IRON WORKERS LUNCHTIME SCULPTURE ( The above photo taken from the internet. ) On September 29, 1932, in the final months of the construction of the Art Deco RCA Building in Rockefeller Center, Charles C. Ebbets ascended to the 69th floor and snapped a photograph of eleven construction workers eating lunch on a steel girder. […]
RED MOUNTAINS OF SEDONA I hope you don’t mine seeing these photos again. I posted them when I took my trip to the Grand Canyon two years ago. “The canyon walls in Sedona reach about 2,000 feet, but they contain evidence of this area´s geological history as far back as 300 million years. Their composition […]
The purpose of my blog is to photograph life as seen through the lens of my camera. Taking photos has helped me see how interconnected we are and how each of our lives can be lived in such a way as to make a difference in the world. When we all recognize our purpose ( […]
For this week’s photo challenge, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asked that we show the word “abandoned” for our challenge. We can go literal, as she has, and share a photo of ruins, a desolate place, or our idea of a wasteland. Or we can interpret it in other ways, from images of overlooked things to forgotten people. STEEL […]
If the truth be known, I have no rhythm. Really. . . none! Growing up I was a wallflower too shy to dance in front of people. My first dance was to a Medallion Ball, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese over 50 years ago. It was held to honor students who accumulated the most volunteer […]