The views are breeathtakingly beautiful. Glad you stopped here.
Belas fotografias.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar
WOW, I never knew that Pittsburgh was so gorgeous.
Don't get me started or you will be taking a trip there ;) (bridges, cathedrals, Phipps Conservatory to name a few.
Hello Christine, you have done a lot of traveling in the USA. The views of Pittsburgh are fabulous. I have been there once. Awesome photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
What a steep ride! You have a steady hand to get such stunning views of Pittsburgh Christine.
We passed this place 10 days ago. Wonderful views and impressions.Best, Synnöve
Christine - you did the 'burgh justice. Hope 'yinz enjoyed the day. Did you happen to go to 'Icely's' for 'jumbo'--haha. You caught her in all her glory on the last one with the red incline car in the forefront. Mr. Rogers (Fred) would have loved these photos of his 'neighborhood'.
What a nice view, never knew they had this
What fun you must have had, it's such a pretty city!
Great pictures...we drove past Pittsburgh saw the view of those pictures...but never stopped... that incline is cool!!
great photos greetings from Poland
Wonderful photos !!!
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definitely worth the "pits" stop, looks like a gorgeous spot. you photographed it beautifully!!!
Wow! That really is a nice view and what perfect weather for that vies!
Beautiful views here, I love those blue skies dotted all over with the fluffy clouds! - Tasha
I love that incline! You make me want to visit this city (never been!).
Those are beautiful views,but that incline looks pretty steep.
Incredible views and looks like so much fun!
I would really love to visit that City!
Beautiful views! Nice city!
That is nice and interesting. I like the bridge(s)!
I enjoy funicular trams. The views are great (as is yours of Pittsburgh).
Oh wow! Your photos of Pittsburgh remind me strongly of Dubuque, Iowa and its bridges and the Fenelon Place Elevator... The Duquesne Incline looks like fun!