Tag Archives: Cleveland

The Last Stop

Another recent photo safari with a fellow photographer friend led us to the Northern Ohio Railway Museum in Seville, OH.  I’d seen photos taken here by other photographers and it warranted a trip to see what I could get!  The … Continue reading

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Down on the Farm

This is the time of year when just about every weekend there are events worth shooting!  I hope when winter comes back, I’ll remember to go back to some of these image files and do some more editing!  Today I … Continue reading

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A Look Behind the Scenes: Post Production

Earlier this week I had the opportunity, along with photographers from the Cleveland Photographic Society, to photograph the Parade of Sail as about 7 tall ships sailed into Cleveland Harbor for the annual Tall Ship Festival.  We were on the … Continue reading

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Sleepless in Cleveland

One day last week I found myself laying in bed all night unable to fall asleep.  Finally at 4:00 AM I gave up and decided to get out of bed, get in the car and take a ride.  I took … Continue reading

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Rust and Restoration

Yesterday I finally made it to an open house of the Midwest Railway Preservation Society (MRSP) in Cleveland’s Flats.  I’ve driven by the old historic roundhouse many times and wished I could get inside!  It was well worth the wait and … 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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Car Parts

A few weeks ago I posted some photos from the Western Reserve Historical Society’s Crawford Auto Aviation Museum.  Today, I’m posting a few shots of some small details of two antique automobiles from the museum’s collection.  One vehicle, a Chandler, … Continue reading

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Ballet – Multiple Exposures

During my photo shoots of the Verb Ballets, I usually attempt some multiple exposures.  One was posted last week and people seemed to like it.  Today I’m posting a few more. These multiple exposures are done in camera with a … Continue reading

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The Ballet – A Rich Photographic Subject

Cleveland’s Verb Ballets continues to be one of my favorite photographic subjects.  I’ve been fortunate enough to have access to their dress rehearsals and though it’s very challenging with constant movement, harsh stage lighting, dark surroundings, and costumes that are … Continue reading

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Two Markets Worlds Apart

Cleveland’s West Side Market is scheduled to re-open tomorrow with the completion of the cleanup after a fire did some damage a few weeks ago.  I visited the market last winter and one photo that I took was of a … Continue reading

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