Tag Archives: Black and White

Pittsburgh’s Duquesne Incline

If you’ve been to Pittsburgh, PA, you’ve no doubt seen or maybe even ridden on one of the inclines that rise up from the banks of the Monongahela River to the top of the Mount Washington area of the city.  … Continue reading

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Multiple Exposures

Prior to starting this blog, I posted this photo on my Facebook photography page, but I was reminded of it yesterday when a friend showed me a project she was working on that involved compositing a number of images of … Continue reading

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Mentor Headlands Fence and Shadow

In many parts of the country these types of fences are called snow fences.  They were designed to prevent snow from drifting beyond them and were commonly used along the sides of highways in the past.  I don’t see them … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Express

Here’s a black and white photo that I rarely get tired of looking at.  It was shot in a subway station in New York City while waiting for another subway.  I think what I like about it is that you … Continue reading

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A Cleveland Tradition – Parade the Circle

Every June, in Cleveland’s University Circle, thousands show up to celebrate “Parade the Circle.”  It’s a free, colorful, multi-cultural event where participants make there own costumes.  It’s a super venue for capturing candid photos of parade participants as well as … Continue reading

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