The Hot Metal Street Bridge was really fun to shoot at sunset. My Dad, Brook Ward and I met after work over the summer last year for an evening photo walk. This bridge is located in the Southside; a borough just south of downtown Pittsburgh and is known for its nightlife and bar scenes. The portion of the bridge shown in the photo is a pedestrian only portion of the bridge that is separated from the driving section. If you look to the left of the image, you can see streaks of lights from the cars.
It was pretty neat being at McConnells Mill when everything was frozen over. I am used to being at the park during the summer or fall, so it was quite a change of scenery. I am not sure if what I was standing on to get this photo was entirely stable. I poked around with my tripod before stepping on the snow and never fell in. I do remember being incredibly cold by the water though.
I traveled up to McConnells Mill State Park with my Dad and fellow photog Brook Ward over the weekend. It was extremely cold and very icy. I think that I came home with some pretty good images. More on that later though. I wanted to upload something that has a bit more of a warmer feeling to it considering my previous two posts. This image was taken back in October over my Birthday weekend. Both my wife and I had the day off and decided to ride up to McConnells Mill. It was a warm October day and ended up being a great day. Stop by soon for images of my icy adventure through this park.
Here is another cold photo for you all! I took this at around 7:30 am last Tuesday morning before heading into work and I have to say, it was extremely cold. I only took this and one other photo before going inside because my hands couldn’t handle the cold temperatures. If memory serves me correctly, it was a few degrees below zero at the time this photo was taken.
Happy Hump Day! Welcome to the redesigned Something HDR! I am really excited about the new design. It is lighter, sleeker, and responsive. This means it looks and feels better on mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads! Also, to show my sincere thanks and excitement for the new design, I created a Wallpaper Page. Head on over and check out the first wallpaper available!
Getting this shot was cold! It was zero degrees out yesterday when I took this. It was so cold, the river wasn’t even moving. Needless to say, I didn’t stay long. It’s not too often the river gets like this, so I wanted to capture it while I could.