Pittsburgh

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Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Exactly 5 years ago tonight, AJ Burnett returned to the mound for the Pirates after over a month on the DL and was greeted with the Bat signal projected all over #Pittsburgh. Definitely some of my favorite images that I've ever captured of the city.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Exactly 5 years ago tonight, AJ Burnett returned to the mound for the Pirates after over a month on the DL and was greeted with the Bat signal projected all over #Pittsburgh. Definitely some of my favorite images that I've ever captured of the city.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Exactly 5 years ago tonight, AJ Burnett returned to the mound for the Pirates after over a month on the DL and was greeted with the Bat signal projected all over #Pittsburgh. Definitely some of my favorite images that I've ever captured of the city.”

Odd Pittsburgh on Twitter: "#Pittsburgh #LightUpNight #holidayseason #1960… "

Odd Pittsburgh on Twitter

“#Pittsburgh #LightUpNight #holidayseason #1960”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“I can't believe it took me this long to post this view from this week of the amazing fog in #Pittsburgh. I've already shared the view from under the West End Bridge, but from on the bridge itself, the sun shining through the fog and wisps on the river were just incredible.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“I was so busy posting images of the full moon over #Pittsburgh yesterday, I didn't even talk about that incredible sunrise. The view from under the West End Bridge was, for lack of a better word, insane. The way the sun lit up the fog made it look like the whole scene was on fire”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Since it was overcast in #Pittsburgh today, I took the opportunity to check off a bucket list item: Roslyn Place in the fall. This wooden road built in 1914, is just 250 ft long, and the last one in PA. The newly fallen leaves and fall colors overhead provided the perfect mood.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Since it was overcast in #Pittsburgh today, I took the opportunity to check off a bucket list item: Roslyn Place in the fall. This wooden road built in 1914, is just 250 ft long, and the last one in PA. The newly fallen leaves and fall colors overhead provided the perfect mood.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Since it was overcast in #Pittsburgh today, I took the opportunity to check off a bucket list item: Roslyn Place in the fall. This wooden road built in 1914, is just 250 ft long, and the last one in PA. The newly fallen leaves and fall colors overhead provided the perfect mood.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Since it was overcast in #Pittsburgh today, I took the opportunity to check off a bucket list item: Roslyn Place in the fall. This wooden road built in 1914, is just 250 ft long, and the last one in PA. The newly fallen leaves and fall colors overhead provided the perfect mood.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“It may not seem like it from my last few tweets, but I DID shoot the fog in #Pittsburgh from places other than the Duquesne Incline the last couple days. This is one from yesterday morning along Grandview, with the fog making the city look like a miniature set.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Back to the fog from today in #Pittsburgh because, well, it was incredible. I got there early enough that the fog was still covering the entire city, but about an hour later it began to thin out, with the Point and Ft. Pitt Bridge visible as well. Made for some unique scenes.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Back to the fog from today in #Pittsburgh because, well, it was incredible. I got there early enough that the fog was still covering the entire city, but about an hour later it began to thin out, with the Point and Ft. Pitt Bridge visible as well. Made for some unique scenes.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“Even though I shot hundreds of frames of the fog in #Pittsburgh today, THIS is the image that I went into town to capture. I shot this view of the Tufa Bridge in Schenley Park in the summer, and I couldn't wait to get back in the fall. The scene looked even better than I'd hoped.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“What. A. Morning. I don't know where to start. The fog in #Pittsburgh was just ridiculous and I was downtown at 4 to start chasing it. Figured I'd just start with that classic view from the incline, with the fog draped around the city. Some of the coolest fog I've ever shot.”

Dave DiCello on Twitter

“I wanted to sleep in today after 10 hours in the car yesterday. I really did. But there was a crescent moonrise & sunrise was supposed to be decent, so I headed into #Pittsburgh. It was well worth it. The moon looked amazing behind the Cathedral & sunrise was fire. More to come.”