Twilight Under the Bridge

pittsburgh at twilight
Pittsburgh at Twilight

A view of Pittsburgh from a distance up the Allegheny River at twilight. On the left is a portion of the city, on the right the angled red line on the hill is the Duquesne Incline from Mt. Washington down to Carson Street along the Ohio River. Straight ahead are three bridges too dark to distinguish and under them the Point where the Allegheny and Monongahela meet and form the Ohio.

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    1. You know, Pittsburgh at night has always been inspiring to me, such a gorgeous city, and reflected on the rivers. Whenever I get a chance I stop and look at it, especially from Mt. Washington.

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