Category: Bark In The Park

Murphy-Cam Looks Back - Bark In The Park
December 28, 2018

As we wrap up 2018, it seems appropriate for a Murphy-Cam Looks Back series. This "Bark in the Park" photo was taken in June of 2018, during an event for which the image is named. It has become a summertime tradition in Cincinnati, and you could certainly say, it has gone to the dogs. Sparks from the tall stacks at Great American Ball Park, replace the fireworks in concession to our furry friends. We hope this finds you well, as we make our final...

What Is The Murphy-Cam Project?
July 12, 2018

So, What Is The Murphy-Cam Project, You May Ask? The Murphy-Cam Project has become many things, but it is first and foremost an effort to photograph Cincinnati in a way that reflects my journey with a Miniature Schnauzer named Murphy. Our daily excursions, of both necessity and curiosity, often happen during the golden hour on the river. Bathed in the soft rays of dusk and dawn, the city presents itself in a way few get to experience. While Murphy...

Murphy Says - Bring On The Dogs
July 4, 2018

Hello friends, and welcome to the Independence Day edition of The Murphy-Cam Project!  Murphy is decked out in his star spangled bandana, curtesy of Sharon from Adorable Dog. Hoping for any delicacy that may fall from Joy's cutting board, he stands at attention, shouting, in his doggy voice, "bring on the dogs!". If truth be told, he is giving me the, "Seriously? The camera again?" look. In any case, we wish you, your friends, and family a happy and...

Bark In The Park
June 14, 2018

Bark In The Park At Great American Ball Park - Bark In The Park is a Cincinnati Reds tradition combineing a love of the game, and affection for your canine companions. A section of Great American Ball Park is cordoned off for the furry patrons. A seat must be purchased for each of you to enjoy the game. The usual rules about blocking the isles are suspended, as dogs of every imaginable lineage lounge about sniffing each other, and your hot dogs....

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