Tag Archives: Cleveland

Aloft on Lake Erie

Revisiting my blog post of July 7th, “A Look Behind the Scenes…”, I decided to go back to the tall ship photos of Cleveland’s Parade of Sail and work on some detail shots.  With a little Photoshop creative work I … Continue reading

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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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