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WQED Pittsburgh Apr 18
"I’ve stopped counting the number of cities I’ve fallen in love with. But I think might be the first city to have loved me back."
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Dave DiCello 11h
Even though I didn't move for hours through the storms over the weekend, I ended up with a ton of unique views because of that ridiculous light. Didn't realize I had this closer view of the 'fake' looking until I downloaded the pictures from my second camera tonight.
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Dave DiCello Apr 20
The light over as the storms rolled in today was straight up insane, like there was a spotlight on downtown...it almost looks photoshopped. A rainbow or lightning strike over the city would've made this an all-time favorite for me, but it's definitely still up there.
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Dave DiCello Apr 21
Last night wasn't the only time that I was on the West End Overlook in yesterday, I was also there for an absolutely breathtaking sunrise. A few clouds had rolled through the city, but all of a sudden the sun burst through, creating this incredible scene.
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Replying to @azcentral
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Dave DiCello Apr 19
This is the second time this week that a colorful sunrise has kind of snuck up on me. With rain in the forecast, I wasn't expecting much at sunrise, but all of a sudden vibrant tones and and this golden glow appeared behind . Glad I decided to go into the city today.
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Dave DiCello Apr 20
Today was one of those mornings in where I just couldn't take enough pictures. From spring colors, dramatic clouds and some of the most beautiful light I've seen in months, it was a fun morning. When the sun broke through the clouds, it was just incredible.
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Dave DiCello Apr 21
Until the cherry blossoms came around, this was my favorite springtime view that involved trees and the skyline. I captured this yesterday morning just after the rain ended, using a flashlight to illuminate the newly emerged blossoms as they framed the Clemente Bridge
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Dave DiCello 23h
A nearly three minute exposure of clouds rushing over from the North Shore over the weekend, creating streaks through the sky as well as in the reflections in the river. The clouds rarely move this direction over the city, which made for a really unique look.
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Dave DiCello Apr 18
A view of that's been on my list for years, but I never got around to capturing it until this morning: a police car and a bus pass each other on the bus way below the 28th St. Bridge as a train makes its way towards the city, leaving a flashing red light in its wake.
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FOX 53 Apr 21
At the the USS Requin serves a wonderful new purpose, educating visitors to about life aboard a Cold War-era submarine. This edition of "What Makes Pittsburgh Great" is brought to you by .
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Dave DiCello Apr 19
Morning on the bluff: this is a 10 image panorama of Duquesne University on an absolutely beautiful spring morning in , with the first sunlight of the day illuminating campus and the stunning magnolia tree in the center of the frame. Really love how this came out.
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Dave DiCello Apr 15
So I kinda lied. I said I wouldn't share any more standalone views of the cherry blossoms in , but I forgot about this from last week. Most of the images I've seen are daytime ones, but the way that the bridge & flowers stand out against the predawn sky is incredible.
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Adam Paul 9h
Just got 's book looking forward to finishing it. He's my age so there's a lot I'm relating to already, esp. from my home near and his in a similar situation in the "rust belt". Thanks 4 having a survey that basically bought this & shirt 4 me
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Andy Quayle 12h
Wizard World Returns To – July 26th – 28th -
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Dave B. 1h
Though an co-production, this was shot entirely in -
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Raymond Lynn 5h
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Kate Ranta Apr 18
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Noreen Doloughty Apr 22
Oh hey looks like has something scheduled on on Dobson between Harding and Herron. the 54D uses this street-wanted to be sure you were aware because hasn’t tweeted about whatever it is.
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Odd Pittsburgh Apr 15
A photo of architect Dahlen Ritchey (1910-2002). He and his firms, designed the Civic Arena, Three Rivers Stadium, Allegheny Center, the Tower Dormitories at Pitt, Mellon Square and Donner Hall, Wean Hall and Cyert Hall at Carnegie Mellon.
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