Thursday, July 9, 2009

PITTSBURGH: THROUGH THE LENS OF GARY GAYDA

Well it didn't take me long...exactly one week...for me to get off-schedule with the series, "Pittsburgh: Through the lens of Gary Gayda." But I shouldn't be attending any world premieres of any sports videos next week, so hopefully everything will get back to normal (whatever that is).



This week we're going to be visiting a familiar theme. Pittsburgh is quite often referred to as the "City of Bridges", so our next photo will give you another unique perspective into what makes Pittsburgh...Pittsburgh.

Don't forget, if you're interested in having a print of this photo for your home or office, contact Gary Gayda directly at GMGayda@yahoo.com. Simply give him the photo name and number (seen below) and mention what size print you are interested in.


So without further adieu, here now is this week's late installment of :


PITTSBURGH: THROUGH THE LENS OF GARY GAYDA





NUMBER 3 "PITTSBURGH, CITY OF BRIDGES"



photograph copyright 2009 Gary Gayda


ABOVE: If you're a photographer and you like taking pictures of bridges, then Pittsburgh is your place! This unique view, taken from the Duquesne Heights side of Mt. Washington, offers a view of the double-decker Fort Pitt Bridge foreground and the former "Bridge to Nowhere" (now-connected) Fort Duquesne Bridge.