Often when one thinks of the steel industry, the image of sprawling mills, flaming blast furnaces, and crucibles of molten metal comes to mind. There’s a lot more to it than that, and today’s photo depicts an oft-forgotten part of the steelmaking process: acquisition of fuel.
Shark attack! No, this wasn’t actually underwater. Well it was, but not really. This is from the shark exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo. There’s a glass tube at the bottom of the shark tank where visitors can walk through and view the sharks from below. On TV it looks like sharks swim along rather slowly, but in real…
It’s the afternoon and that means it’s time for another daily photo! Today’s is another shot from a recent weekend at an abandoned steel mill. This area, located alongside the blast furnaces, is an unloading zone for coke. A train loaded with coke would park here on top of the grates, open the doors on the bottom of…
Everyone likes new stuff, right? Well, here’s something new! I’ve got some film from last weekend fresh out of the developing tank, and here’s the first of many photos I’ll be sharing from it.
I’ve been super busy for the past few days and ended up missing a few posts- oops! Anyway, I’m back now with another photo of the day.
It’s a new month and a new week, and time for a new Photo of the Day.
Boric Acid Blowout
The holiday weekend is over, so it’s back to the daily grind- and the photo of the day!
Coming at you live from a parking garage in downtown Pittsburgh (it’s a long story), it’s another photo of the day!
It’s that time again...
Another day, another photo post!
Time for another photo of the day!
It’s Friday! That means it’s a weekday and time for another Photo of the Day.
Back again for another Photo of the Day post!
Thanks to FlowerGirlH4v0c for bringing me on board!