Think you know Pittsburgh?
Well, now you can prove it.
Our “I Spy Pittsburgh” series asks readers, like you, to pinpoint a local landmark based on a close-up photo.
Here’s how it works:
- We publish a close-up photo in our newsletter and, if we’re feeling generous, a clue.
- The first person who replies to the newsletter email with the correct answer wins bragging rights and a free month of Incline membership. In the next day’s newsletter, we reveal the winner, the answer, and a little history about the object/landmark itself.
For example, last week the landmark was a Shadyside sculpture named “The Walk” by local artist James West. (You may also recognize his work from the Mount Washington overlook.)
We showed this photo on Day One …
… and this photo on Day Two along with the answer correctly identifying the statue’s location .
Day Two also included a short writeup about the statue’s history. ICYMI: it’s dedicated to James West’s cousin, a well-known East End real estate developer named Frank West.
Around the holidays, we showed you this close-up of an ornament on a tree, and to our surprise, some of you recognized it as belonging to the Christmas tree on the steps of the City-County Building Downtown.
We’ve also shared close-ups of local art …
… and local legends
And time after time, our readers have impressed us with their skills.
Want to play and impress us too?
Just sign up for our (free) newsletter here and keep reading. We’ll be back with another I Spy very soon.