Windows on Fourth Avenue

© Mary Beth Aiello

Windows on Fourth Avenue

Uploaded: July 07, 2018 | Entered: July 07, 2018 05:14:23

Description

This narrow 16-story spiral staircase is one of the hallmarks of the Bank Tower, considered one of Pittsburgh's earliest skyscrapers. The staircase with an oak banister runs from the top to the bottom of the building.

Built around 1895, the Bank Tower is situated along a stretch of Wood Street and Fourth Avenue that was once known as Pittsburgh's Wall Street because of the many financial institutions that occupied space in the area. I worked in this building for about two years, and remember running up and down these stairs. A gorgeous building.

Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: 0.33, ExposureTime: 1/15 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 5000, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 16.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Comments

Gail Sullivan level-classic July 07, 2018

Wow, Mary Beth...this is fabulous! #1711159

Ann H. Belus level-deluxe July 07, 2018

Fantastic capture, Mary Beth! #11713377

Harvey A. Ravitch July 07, 2018

WoW is right! I think for Certain, we will see this again.. & with Gold! Awesome POV! #11713381

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe July 07, 2018

Impressive pov, depth, clarity and tones! #11713415

Joanna Kovalcsik level-classic July 07, 2018

Stunning!!! #11713421

Leslie McLain level-deluxe July 07, 2018

Fantastic staircase, Mary Beth. Love it. #11713507

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