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Murals-My Neighborhood

So, you know how the best things in life are way closer than you think? This is the perfect example. I found a map of murals in Pittsburgh that was created by some amazing biker. When I looked at it, I noticed a location that is within walking distance of my house. Of course, I […]

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Wordless Wednesday-Pittsburgh Murals-My Inspiration

There was once a beautiful mural on Penn Avenue in East Liberty, filled with music. That mural has since been destroyed torn down in the name of progress. The other murals in today’s post are in the same area on buildings that are slated to be torn down soon. I realized that if I didn’t […]

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Wordless Wednesday_Hill District Murals

The murals on this page are from a neighborhood I drive through quite often. I have repeatedly told myself I would shoot them, but until this weekend, had not done so. The last couple were taken yesterday. The Hill District was once famous for its amazing jazz venues and the artists who frequented the area. […]

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Wordless Wednesday-More Uptown Murals

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Wordless Wednesday

It has become plain to me that the pathway to progress in Pittsburgh is causing the early death of some wonderful murals. I have decided to attempt to photograph all the murals that I come across for the next few weeks. Today’s group was actually shot last Wednesday. They are from an area of Pittsburgh […]

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Wordless Wednesday

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Wordless Wednesday

And this is why we need it to rain…. a waterfall with almost no water.    

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Wordless Wednesday

 

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Wordless Wednesday

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Flowery Poetry

I am slowly working on my flower photography book. I was encouraged to add some poetry or words of inspiration. I have decided that I liked that idea. There will be a limited amount of poetry included, and will include two from the old-school masters, one from the Bible, one from each of my Psalms […]

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