Tag Archives: Black and White

Back to My Photo Roots

Lately I’ve had to urge to go back to my photo roots of shooting black and white street photography.  Last week I took 2 days, one rainy and one sunny, to roam around in the heart of downtown Cleveland capturing … Continue reading

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Steam Power

On a visit to New Jersey a week ago, I took a short visit with a friend to New Hope, PA on the Delaware River just north of Philadelphia.  New Hope is a very artsy and historic little town, very … Continue reading

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Guardians of Transportation

In 1932 Cleveland’s Lorain-Carnegie Bridge opened featuring four 43 foot tall pylons with 2 sandstone statues on each.  These 8 sandstone statues, named the “Guardians of Transportation” and carved out of local Berea sandstone, represented the advancing technology of sources … Continue reading

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Cowboys and Cowgirls Revisited

A little over a year ago I posted on the blog about Cowboys and Cowgirls with a couple of nice photos.  To this day that posting has been the most popular in terms of daily hits!  There’s rarely a day … Continue reading

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The Same But Different

A few days ago I posted some baseball photos of a dramatic play at home plate which stopped the action in 4 frames.  Today’s post is in some respects the same, and in some respects different!  Back on February 23rd … Continue reading

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Memories of a Childhood

Last Friday I went down into Cleveland’s flats.  This is an industrial area of steel mills, river shipping, railroads and old neighborhoods.  It’s absolutely one of my favorite areas in which to shoot photos.  As I was driving out, I … Continue reading

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A Great Photograph Meets Great Writing

If you’ve followed my blog or Facebook page you know that I have posted a number of articles about AP photographer Nick Ut and his iconic photo known as “Napalm Girl”!  This photo, that changed the world’s thinking about war, … Continue reading

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