Monday, November 2, 2009

PITTSBURGH: THRU THE LENS OF GARY GAYDA


PHOTOGRAPHY DEPT:
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Insects don't usually get much respect from people, but our intrepid in-house "pappirazzi", Gary Gayda, may have succeeded in bridging the gap between humans and spiders this week! So why not? He bridged the gap between humans and the supernatural two weeks ago, so in retrospect, spiders are simple!

As is always the case, if you'd like to order a copy of this print, send Gary an email at GMGayda@yahoo.com. Just let him know what size you're interested in, the picture number and title and Gary will get back to you posthaste.

                                       
So without further adieu, let's get on with this week's photo in:




"PITTSBURGH: THRU THE LENS OF GARY GAYDA"



#36    SPIDER WITH A VIEW


ABOVE: A spider with an eye for great scenery spun this web along the Mt. Washington overlook. The Liberty Bridge and the County Jail are in the background beyond the Monongahela River.

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