June 12th, 2008
A new wave a photographs to stray your mind from the summer heat of 2008.
Penguins Fans gather at Mellon Arena to watch the 2008 Stanley Cup finals outdoors.
The fountain at the confluence at the Point.
PNC Park after an evening game.
Coal barges float past One Oxford Center.
US Steel tower and Mellon Arena during the finals.
Pittsburgh fountain at the point at dusk.
“GO PENS” in the US Steel Tower.
An empty fountain on the North Shore.
Pittsburgh Skyline across the Allegheny.
Heinz Field at nightfall.
Who says it doesn’t get hot in the Burgh?
Spring Hill Cemetery View.
Fans take their seats before the start of a Bucs game (is this the year we finish .500?)
Allegheny General Hospital on the North Side.
A perfect night, besides those Wings.
The lush hilltops of Pittsburgh.
Nation’s sootiest city? Thanks a lot, American Lung Associate.
Notice that big ditch leading to Point State Park has vanished.
Pittsburgh Firefighters try to beat the heat.
It will take a while to get used to that UPMC sign.
Pedestrian venture across the Smithfield Street Bridge.
Station Square fountains provide a rainbow.
Fort Duquesne Bridge and PNC Park.
The treacherous trip to the Spring Hill Cemetery provides one of the best city views.
Fisheye to the sky at PNC Park.
Gateway Center receives the last sunlight of the day.
Thanks for a thrilling ride through the playoffs, Pens!