Last week I debuted some images of the giant rubber duck in Pittsburgh, a sculpture Florentijn Hofman, that is currently docked by the fountain at Point State Park. Over the last week or so, I’ve been down to capture a few more images of the duck and with the increasing popularity of the art installation, I wanted to share them with you! On the opening weekend of the duck, it was stationed near the Roberto Clemente Bridge, which connects downtown Pittsburgh to the North Shore by PNC Park. Now that it is located down by the fountain in Point State Park, I was able to capture a couple of different angles of it, ranging from Mt. Washington to the North Shore, and including Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, in the background.
A close up of the Duck in its original location by the Roberto Clemente Bridge on the Allegheny River
Boats zip around the the duck on the river
The duck sits by the fountain at night from the South Side of Pittsburgh
The giant rubber duck and the Pittsburgh skyline at night
Reflections in the Point of the Pittsburgh skyline, the giant rubber duck and the fountain at Point State Park
Fog begins to roll over the Pittsburgh skyline and the duck on the river
The giant rubber duck is docked next to the fountain in Pittsburgh
Heinz Field in the background of the duck by the Point
The duck can be see along with the fountain at Point State Park in Pittsburgh
A fisheye view of the fountain at Point State Park, with the duck in the background and a plane flying overhead
Oh hi, were you taking my picture?
A panorama that shows all the people down at Point State Park to see the giant rubber duck in Pittsburgh
A fisheye view of the duck in Pittsburgh
Thanks for stopping by!