- Founded in 1893 by steel and real-estate mogul Henry Phipps, Jr., the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden has a wide variety of both formal gardens and exotic plants. While manicured gardens can't compete with the majesty of forest, there is something special about places like this. Have you ever had the chance to visit this Pittsburgh landmark?
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Classic Pittsburgh. This framing is great! The silhouette makes it easy to everyone onboard too, I love this one. •
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Parks are places to exercise, unwind, and spend quality time with people you love. Walking or running along park trails are ways to take in the scenery while benefiting your body. Trips to the park can be a great addition to a self-care regimen - fresh air, wildlife, and plants can ease the mind and soul. We encourage you to get up, get active, and visit a park near you!
In a complete departure from the norm, I have decided to upload a black and white version of this orchard orb-weaver spider. Let me know what you think of this #macro 🕷🕸📸 in the comments!
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Today we want to give a loud shout out to all the families who have one of these - the renegade rebel who risk takes and always keeps you guessing! Please don't let them keep you guessing when they cross over from this life without a will. ⠀
Let me help you help them. Suggest a meeting at our #Poconos office to get there estate plan and Will ironed out before... the road gets rough: (570) 424-9100
Did something different today after work and decided to RUN over two miles on one of my favorite trails instead of hiking. It was hot and I thought I was going to puke twice but it was rewarding to finish, regroup, and stare at this beautiful scene. I love this time of year because I still have enough sunlight to get a mini hike in too
Another from Saturday’s breathtaking sunrise, this time a wider, single exposure with the Duquesne Incline rising majestically into the scene. All in all, this may be my favorite of any image I’ve taken. When everything comes together, it’s such a rewarding feeling. I hope yinz like this one as much as I do.