Steel City in Pictures
With its hills and rivers and bright yellow bridges, Pittsburgh is a very photogenic city. I love photographing atop Mount Washington as much as anybody – that stunning skyline and panorama! – but there is so much more to Pittsburgh: the rose garden in
Mellon Park, the gorgeous fall foliage of Frick and Schenley, the iron-black Hot Metal Bridge with its picturesque lamps, and the bright pop of the Roberto Clemente Bridge, to name just a few. The city’s neighborhoods also offer lots of colorful murals
as backdrops, and if you know where to look, the riverfront parks hide incredibly romantic little nooks with great views. Pittsburgh doesn’t have the majesty of New York or San Francisco, but for that reason photos here can feel more intimate and personal:
don’t forget, this is Mr. Rogers’ neighborhood.