I wanted to take a chance and apologize to everyone for being so spotty with my posts and blog comments in the last couple weeks. This summer has been some of the craziest few months of my life, even busier than when we got married! Between projects on our new house, shooting for the Pittsburgh Magazine, shoots for my photography business and being out of town, I really have neglected the blog. Now that summer is winding down, I hope to be more consistent. I really appreciate those of you who visit when you can!
For today’s shot we head back up to the 58th floor of the Steel Building in downtown Pittsburgh. A few months ago I had the privilege of going up to this awesome vantage point and snapping a few shots, many of which I’ve shared already. This is one view in particular that I had not yet shared. In front you can see the CONSOL Energy Center, home of the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. Just to the right of it is the campus of Duquesne University, which sits on a significant hill from the arena, but from this high up, it all looks flat. The river you see is the Monongahela, with the 10th Street and Birmingham Bridges crossing over it.
Thanks for stopping by today folks! See you all tomorrow!