As our early spring in Northeast Ohio continues, despite a little cold weather this morning, I’ve gone out a few times recently to capture some photos that convey the joy we find in the end of winter!
This first photo gave me a chuckle because I often mention that whenever you see a young boy in a park, he’ll always be carrying a stick! This young guy was not only carrying a stick but had mud on his leg as well. He was hanging around a park pond searching for frogs, turtles, or anything else he could find on this beautiful spring evening!
This second photo was taken yesterday at Cleveland’s Lakeview Cemetary. Not too many cemetaries are known as tourist attractions, but this one, known for it’s historic gravesites of Cleveland’s who’s who, and it’s spring flowers, is a site to be seen in the spring particularly. Here, the Garfield Memorial is surrounded by the blooming spring foliage. Shooting up a hill makes the building appear to be leaning backwards, a perspective problem for photographers!