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Taken in a section of Pittsburgh known as East Liberty, a neighborhood which was formerly one of the wealthiest areas of the city during the Industrial Revolution, in the time of the robber-barons such as Carnegie, Frick and Mellon. It became a slum during the 1960s and 1970s. The fine buildings and parks deteriorated. However, the area is now experiencing a rebirth and the buildings and houses are being reclaimed.

This shot shows the tops of three very different structures that typify the skyline of Pittsburgh - religious, decorative and industrial. I liked the descending angle from left to right created by the positions of the buidings.

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