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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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Cleveland’s Bridges

Back in May I shot the Cleveland Rite Aid Marathon and posted some photos of runners refreshing themselves by splashing water on their faces while passing a water station.  During earlier parts of the marathon I had a rare chance … Continue reading

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The Campaign Trail – Arriving Early, Leaving Late

During the 2008 presidential campaign, the Cleveland area was the target of a lot of campaign activity.  Candidates and their supporters seemed to be everywhere, everyday!  I decided to attend several events and see what kind of photos I could … Continue reading

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Sunset and Beyond

As a member of the Cleveland Photographic Society http://www.clevelandphoto.org I’ve been privileged to gain access, with other members, to many places that the general public does not have access to.  Cleveland’s Terminal Tower outdoor observation deck is one of those … Continue reading

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The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World

This morning I went out to shoot some 4th of July activities on America’s Northcoast.  I planned to feature some of them on today’s blog posting but on the way home listened to a a recording of a Walter Cronkite … Continue reading

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