Postindustrial, Pittsburgh Beautiful, Kristen Shaw

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Photo by Kristen Shaw

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“I grew up walking the ramps of Three Rivers Stadium and came to love the Pirates as Bonds, Bonilla, Van Slyke, Drabeck, and Bell played the game. Even though I was too young to have seen Roberto Clemente play, I’ve always been drawn to his story; his greatness on and off the field makes him a hero to many generations. As I was traveling in the North Side and came upon this mural on Madison Ave., I knew I had to pull over and capture the image. What an impressive tribute to an amazing ball player and awesome human being.”

— Kristen Shaw

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