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    The Pitt

    Ah yes, Pittsburgh, PA. I'll admit even after playing the Pitt expansion pack for Fallout 3 I've wanted to check out Pittsburgh, plus the whole history thing surrounding Point State Park. So I made a point to visit the city as the first stop on my 8 hour drive on my way to TN/NC for my fall vacation. And I discovered a really nice downtown to wander around, with the perfect blend of old and new, built up and decay to tickle my photographic fancy.

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    Re: The Pitt

    Ah yes! Pittsburgh! It's been over 15 years since I drove through Pittsburgh. It's an amazing city if you're looking for the old and new all in one place. I used to live in Youngstown, Ohio - the "partner" of Pittsburgh Steel. I believe they were the biggest steel cities in the US. Many people made a lot of money in those days. Not so now - but there are still some old steel mills around.

    You captured the "spirit" of Pittsburgh - and brought back some good memories. Thanks for sharing!

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    Re: The Pitt

    These are excellent photos. They seem to be even bigger than their resolution. I guess it's because there is so much detail in each. Whatever lenses you're using, they are excellent.

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    Re: The Pitt

    Thank you all! Now a few more...

    Quote Originally Posted by GB1 View Post
    Whatever lenses you're using, they are excellent.
    That's what's fun, this is the kit lens, the 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens that came with the camera.

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    Re: The Pitt

    i do not say anything

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