Postindustrial, Pittsburgh Beautiful, December 4, 2019

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Photo by Paul Vladuchick

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“After returning from a trip from Japan, the jet lag had me wide awake late into the night. I used the opportunity to go downtown and capture the city almost entirely devoid of traffic and people (as I’ve always been a fan of Edward Hoppers paintings). It was cold and lightly raining and the wet pavement reflected the light from the Hornes Christmas tree nicely and without traffic or people, it gives the scene a bit of a different vibe.”

— Paul Vladuchick

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