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Mt. Washington (6,288 feet), the highest peak in the Northeast United States, Mt. Adams (5,793 feet), and Mt. Madison (5,367 feet). The rocks of the Presidential Range are dominated by folded metamorphic rocks that originated as sediments along the floor of an ancient sea. These rocks were buried, heated, and deformed ...
- Downtown Pittsburgh from the roof of the Trimont Apartment complex, Mt. Washington by Richard Palmer
This highly detailed panorama captures all three river valleys of the Pittsburgh region, the Monongahela (right), Allegheny (center) and the Ohio (left), as well as The Golden Triangle. It was taken by Richard Palmer, from the 25th floor rooftop of the Trimont building on Mt. Washington as part of the Pittsburgh Gigap...