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Odd Pittsburgh Jul 26
, 1880 by Brittish artist John Stobart (b. 1929)
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Dave DiCello Aug 2
Today's sunrise in was interesting. While there wasn't any crazy color, the clouds had some awesome backlighting after the sun rose. These two images were captured consecutively, the first a 6 second exposure, the second a minute and a half. Pretty cool difference.
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Dave DiCello Jul 31
A little throwback this morning to four years ago today and a memorable sunrise over . What made it so memorable? It was the first time in about two years that the trees along the West End had been trimmed, allowing for a beautiful, unobstructed view of the city.
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Dave DiCello Jul 30
What a sunrise over from the Duquesne Incline station today. This image is actually a composite of two separate ones: a whopping 4 minute exposure for the sky and landscape, and 1/40 second exposure for the incline. The combination made for an incredible view.
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Dave DiCello Aug 1
This is another view from yesterday's surprisingly colorful sunrise in . After capturing the scene on the Clemente Bridge, I ran to PNC Park to capture this pano of the bridge itself. Shot this a little wider than normal to include a view of the Clemente Statue as well
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Odd Pittsburgh 10h
's Civic Arena during opening ceremonies on Sept. 17, 1961. (Morris Berman/Post-Gazette)
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Dave DiCello Aug 1
Last week I made a slight miscalculation trying to figure out where to capture the setting moon behind because I was looking at the wrong date. I scrambled to find an alternative & ended up literally in the middle of the Boulevard of the Allies. Not a bad consolation.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jul 31
The corner of 5th & Smithfield in 1952. (Photo by Paul Slantis)
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Dave DiCello Aug 1
When I captured this view about 40 minutes before sunrise in today, I thought that we were in for a great one. And while the light was pretty spectacular just after sunrise, the color never really materialized beyond this. Still...not too shabby of a start to the day.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jul 29
's Centre Avenue in Oakland looking east from Craig Street - 1936 (Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection)
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Dave DiCello Jul 31
A few sunflowers on this sunny evening. These were captured only a few minutes apart, and you can see how quickly the light can change at sunset. I was trying to have the petals illuminated while focusing on a single flower, using the rest of the field as a backdrop.
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Dave DiCello Jul 29
Didn't want yinz to think that I forgot about . I've enjoyed sharing other subjects & I still have plenty of landscape stuff on the way. For now though, here's another foggy view of the 16th St. Bridge. The wide angle lens made it seem like the bridge goes on forever.
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WDPAnews Jul 29
8 Indicted for Criminal Activity - including Arson, Obstruction & Bank Burglary - during May 30, 2020 Civil Disorder in
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Dave DiCello Jul 30
Another view from last week with a unique angle of both and the Liberty Bridge. I really like the light trails from the cars in the frame, and if you look at the Panhandle Bridge you can even see lights from a trolley crossing the Mon. Just a really high energy scene.
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Dave DiCello Jul 28
Sometimes the city takes a backseat as the subject of an image, and that was certainly the case on the morning of the shelf cloud last week. The building wall of clouds, illuminated by the morning sun, towered high over , creating both a beautiful and ominous scene.
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Dave DiCello Jul 25
Bit of a unique perspective tonight. Ever wonder what 30 seconds of the evening rush hour looks like on the Liberty Bridge in ? Well, even if you didn't, now you know. It's interesting that nearly all the inbound lane changing happens right near the end of the bridge.
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Dave DiCello Jul 26
More from the Smithfield Street Bridge in the other night. Instead of focusing on the arches, I used the lights to lead into the center of the frame from the middle of the bridge, and the light trails added a bit of energy. Love how this came out.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jul 27
Sometimes a is worth a thousand words... Greetings from
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Dave DiCello Jul 31
This morning's sunrise in didn't start off all that impressive, but quickly turned into a nice little scene. I climbed up on the Clemente Bridge to capture this huge 21 image panorama of the bridge and PNC Park just as some colorful clouds drifted above the stadium.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jul 30
Night & Day Smart Gals Wear... *Available at your nearest Kaufmann's* 1938
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