Welcome to Pittsburgh
To tell the truth this parking lot booth is not as secure as it appears at first glance.
The Broadway Army-Navy Store on Liberty Avenue downtown.
Wall art on Liberty Avenue has a Jetson's feel to it.
Supporters of Planned Parenthood keeping a wary eye on pro-life activists on the other side of the street.
Point - Counter point
A stand off between pro life and pro choice supporters
Reflection of the Midtown Towers on the K and L Gates Building, 7th and Liberty.
Office space for rent 7th and Penn Avenue.
Visitors to the city take a tour on a pedal powered trolley on wheels.
9th Street Bridge crossing the Allegheny River.
Fresh bread on The Strip.
Looking for photos of Pittsburgh.
One stop shopping for all wearable Pittsburgh sports gear.
Inside wall of the Bella Notte Pizza shop 19th and Penn.
Every inch of space between 17th and 22nd Streets has a vendor of some sort on it.
Roasting coffee at the Allegheny Coffee and Tea Exchange, one of two coffee companies on The Strip.
Newspaper box offering free employment guide.
I was surprised to find any kind of street performers on Penn Avenue.
From what I've been told after the fact, Saturdays are the only day that this curbside pepper roaster is operational outside of the Reyna Mexican Grocery.
Demonstration of food slicers at the "In the Kitchen" store.
Art work on Penn Avenue.
Looks like someone has been shopping at Pittsburgh Spice Shop.
Inside pillar at Luke Wholey's Wild Alaskan Grill.
Lucy's Handmade Clothing.
Rooster on the roof of DeLuca's Restaurant seems to be guarding The Strip.