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Murphy-Cam Looks Back - Lytle Park Skyline
January 4, 2019

Welcome to another addition of Murphy-Cam Looks Back - Lytle Park Skyline. A lilting July afternoon, presents Lytle Park amidst a collage of Cincinnati architecture. Murphy and I did not need to walk far for this one, as it is our view from the balcony. Thank you for accompanying us on our outings. Wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year from...

Murphy-Cam Talk & Book Signing Joseph Beth
January 2, 2019

Mark your calendars and Join us on Tuesday January 29th, at 7p for a Murphy-Cam Talk & Book Signing, Joseph Beth in Rookwood. Take in the splendor of the “Queen City of the West” with photographer Peter Teremi and his miniature schnauzer, Murphy. With miles of riverside parks, a handsome skyline, and iconic bridges, revel in the beauty of the Ohio River through the good times and admire its resilience through the...

Murphy-Cam Looks Back - City At Dusk
December 30, 2018

Welcome to the next installment of Murphy-Cam Looks Back - City At Dusk. Joy celebrated two milestones this year, her Hawaiian Birthday and 5 years free of breast cancer. This image was taken as we toasted a good life from the roof top. The evening sun dipped below the horizon with a momentary burst of color. A wonderful end to a special day. I have been blessed far beyond what I deserve, and am grateful for the trials and the triumphs. Hoping...

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...

Cincinnati SkyStar In Motion
December 22, 2018

These are the voyages of The Murphy-Cam Project. It's continuing mission to seek out new lights and new frivolozations (yes I just made that up). To boldly go anywhere he darn well pleases, hence the pocket full of baggies. This holiday season, we are looking for festive images to share. Presented here is the Cincinnati SkyStar in motion. I have been gnawing on the best way to capture this at night. Long exposure seemed the best approach. The result...

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