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Dave DiCello Dec 1
This may be my new favorite Christmas image of . Using a flash to illuminate the falling snow, I captured this view early this morning of the Horne's Tree glowing bright, in a scene that looks more like a Christmas painting than a photograph. More to come like this.
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Dave DiCello 2h
My snowglobe series wasn't just limited to Christmas trees downtown. I had planned to capture this shot of the Clemente Bridge in the morning but just ran out of time before it got light. However I found myself back downtown at night, and my goodness, was it worth it.
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Dave DiCello Dec 1
Wow...what a morning. The first snow of the year in did not disappoint. I have a bunch of new, unique images to share, but we'll start with a tried and true classic: the Duquesne Incline climbing Mt. Washington behind snow covered trees today. Doesn't get much better.
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Dave DiCello Dec 3
One of my favorite things about capturing in the snow is how it turns photographs into paintings. Photographing in the middle of a heavy snow gives images this texture you can almost feel, which is evident in these images of the Duquesne Incline on Tuesday morning.
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Dave DiCello Dec 2
With as many images as I shot over the last 2 days in , I was hesitant to post another incline image already, but this one from today is worth it. With a purplish-blue sky, Heinz Field lit up and the Christmas tree glowing at the Point, it made for an incredible scene.
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Dave DiCello Dec 2
Yesterday wasn't just about capturing the skyline and inclines. I took the opportunity to update another favorite winter scene of mine, the South Side Slopes. This year's is up there, with the color houses of the slopes standing out against the fallen snow.
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Dave DiCello Dec 1
Today was possibly be one of my favorite days of photography I've ever had in , with the city transforming into a winter wonderland. I'm so glad I was able to capture this view of the Mon Incline today, which I have in all the seasons, but not when it looked like this.
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Dave DiCello Dec 2
Christmas at Heinz Field in : another one of those snow globe views (and this won't be the last I share). Figured this image from yesterday was appropriate for tonight, a view of the Christmas tree outside of Heinz Field. Love how the sign caught my camera flash too.
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Tom's Old Days 23h
“Old Days”Willie Stargell and Bill Mazeroski guard the right side of the infield during a mid 1960s Pirates-Mets game at Shea Stadium.  ⁠ ⁠
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Dave DiCello Dec 3
Exactly one year ago tonight I was in a helicopter, high over , capturing the holiday sights around town. It was one of the most amazing flights I've taken, and this shot is by far my favorite, with the tree at the Point glowing as downtown was lit up in festive colors
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Odd Pittsburgh 6h
At the official opening of the Civic Arena’s dome on July 4, 1962, Press photographer Dale Gleason was moved to shoot a time exposure of the event. As the great roof made its “epic journey,” he opened his shutter a number of times, thereby “x-raying the Civic Arena,”.
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Tommy Dreamer Nov 30
OTD 1997 November To Remember Greatest Piledriver Ever
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Dave DiCello 9h
When we have a snowfall like we had in this week, I try to take full advantage, and that meant spending some time away from downtown. These views of Tufa Bridge in Schenley Park look like something out a fairytale. The scenes were incredible.
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Dave DiCello Nov 27
I’ve been trying to take advantage of all the rain recently in to capture some reflections of the holiday decorations. Yesterday mornings subject was the tree at PPG Place, reflecting perfectly along with the surrounding buildings, creating a really unique scene.
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Downtown Pittsburgh Nov 27
Downtown is shining bright for the season
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Dave DiCello Dec 2
Hard to believe that one of the biggest rivalries in sports is happening in this stadium...with no fans there to watch it. I captured this image of Heinz Field in just about an hour ago, and it was so weird to see the stadium empty knowing the game is going on.
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Jake Mysliwczyk Dec 1
It’s officially Winter in .
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Dave DiCello Nov 28
As I mentioned a few days ago, I've been looking for some unique views of the holiday decorations around , and these are some of my favorites. Shot this with an 8mm fisheye lens (which is why you see the black circle), giving the PPG ice rink a really cool look.
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Gloria 17h
1959 Photographer unknown
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Dave DiCello Nov 29
Yesterday clouds blocked the moonset in but today the skies were clear as could be, and the view from Greenfield was incredible. In this shot, the spires of PPG Place intersect with the edge of the moon, with a little added bonus of a barge under the Birmingham Bridge
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