St. Paul Cathedral

About a week ago, I was in the Oakland area of Pittsburgh and had some time to kill.  Thankfully, I had my camera with me and I saw this giant church above all other buildings in the distance.  It was a beacon calling me in to check it out.  As I approached I was happy to see the church was open even though it was early in the morning, which also meant I had the place basically to myself.  I spent about an hour photographing the inside of this 107-year-old beautiful facility, which is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

I have a ton of great photos from this location, but tonight I decided to post one with a rather unusually POV (Point Of View).  I hope you like it.

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