Capturing images with my camera is a large part of what I do when I start researching a story here at Midwest Guest.
Tim and I both invested in good quality cameras long before I had this blog--and long before there was such a thing as a digital camera. Tim even had a darkroom set up in the basement so he could process his own photos at one point.
This year, Tim became president of the Motor City Camera Club, a group he joined a few years ago. I've gone with him for occasional club programs over the past few years, but I had no intention of joining or entering and competing any of the club's monthly photo competitions.
I somehow ended up becoming a member of the club a couple of months ago (and sorting through my photo archives and heading out with the club for some of their photo shoots).
I've actually placed a few images in club competitions, so it seems like a good time to run a few more Photo Friday features.
Today's image is one that originally appeared here with a story about the Duquesne Incline in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I liked this view from the top of the incline, especially because it included a few of Pittsburgh's famous bridges.
Pittsburgh Bridges placed third in the Digital Photo competition assigned topic category (Bridges/Park Bench) for December 2014.
You can also connect with the Motor City Camera Club on Facebook.
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