Friday, July 30, 2010

New York Nights

Lex Av

Deli Stop

Over the Fourth of July weekend, Jim took me to New York City. Our major destination was MOMA, which was exhibiting Pictures by Women: A History of Modern Photography.
We traveled by MegaBus and stayed on E 56th Street, between Park and Lexington. Most everything was within walking distance for us. Over the next few days, I will be posting the photography I did during that fun four-day stay. I love New York! More in the flickr photostream.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Fallingwater Exhibit



Artist at Work

Although the three images above are not part of the exhibit, from now until August 31st , I have two photographs at the Fallingwater Gallery as part of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh at Fallinwater . I hope you can see the exhibit as it is a wonderful mix of artists and mediums. Mary Thomas wrote an article in the Post-Gazette, which you can find here: I am very pleased to have been mentioned.

The second exhibit begins on September 11th. Great place to visit in the fall!

Friday, July 23, 2010

North Park Stroll

North Park Lake

Sandy, John and Barney

Yesterday, I had a fun time with Sandy and her friends at North Park. I met John and Alan and we spotted heron, deer, butterflies and hotties. We melted during our five mile walk, but were rewarded at the end with snow cones! More in the flickr photostream.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


Flying In

Thistle Silk

Yesterday morning while 'trudging' in the neighborhood, I stopped to photograph a big patch of thistle. Most of it has gone to seed, but there were a few surprises. More in the flickr photostream.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Ford F 500

Right Front

Right Flank

Another photo op in Lawrenceville on 38th! The lot is owned by a saver of great stuff - sinks, lawn chairs, mantels and this historic vehicle. It is a Ford F 500, formerly owned by the Gaston County, NC police. It last passed inspection in PA in 1992. What a beaut! More in flickr photostream.

38th Street


Lawn Chairs

Last Friday, I had lunch with a friend in Lawrenceville. Walking back to my car, I found some shots that interested me. More in the flickr photostream.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Country Market

Amish Rockers

Roadside View

Amish Made

Last weekend on the way to Fallingwater, the Resslers and I stopped at a country market to photograph the wonderful signs, which spoke to us from the road. When we entered the market, we were not allowed to photograph, so I am not able to show you the antiques, Amish rockers and foods. I can tell you, however, that the kettle corn and the melons were delicious!