Good morning everyone! It’s been about a week since my last post, I know, I’ve been slacking. This has just been one of the craziest summers we’ve had in a long time and it seems like there is something every week, be it for work, the new house, family, or something else. I have so many pictures to share that I need to start making time to post them…hopefully soon!
Today’s shots are from a little over a month back, from an evening photowalk that I did around PNC Park. I posted quite a few shots already about a month back, but this past weekend I was inspired by the Major League baseball All Star Game to finish them up. Surprisingly, this is the closest that I’ve come to shooting PNC Park at night during a game, something that I’ve wanted to do for years, but for some reason, never got around to it. I wasn’t there overly late on this particular day, but I was able to capture some impressive clouds over the stadium as well as a few of the Bill Mazeroski statue located just outside the right field gate. The statue, which was my favorite in the city before the Mario Lemieux statue was put up, depicts Maz after his World Series winning home run in Game 7 against the New York Yankees in the 1960 classic.
A view of the storm as it moves out of Pittsburgh
Blue hour settles in over the stadium
PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge
Bill Mazeroski statue with the Pittsburgh skyline in the background
One more view of the Bill Mazeroski statue. You can see the Pittsburgh skyline and Ft. Duquesne Bridge in the background, as well as a piece of the wall of Forbes Field.