Last week, my wife and I enjoyed several wonderful days in Pittsburgh, PA, where there was an abundance of photo-ops. So, today I am going to depart from my planned posting of more Rochester-area images. Like NYC, Pittsburgh is divided by two rivers [the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River]. Consequently, there are quite a number of bridges connecting the separted sections of the city. It is quite nice to walk across the bridges and enjoy the cityscape views, as well as the river traffic [kayakers, barges, motor boats, tour boats] .
The panorama below was generated from 7 separate (hand-held) shots of PNC Park, home of the Pirates, and the Roberto Clemente Bridge (a very small portion of Heinz Field, home of the Steelers, is visible to the far left). In the foreground, the Allegheny River flows to meet the Monongahela River, where it will then combine to form the Ohio River. On the point of merger, there is a lovely park and fountain [bottom image]. I thought I'd get a 2-fer with these pics by posting simultaneously in Sky Watch Friday and Sunday Stills [Water].