The Gateway Sculpture Four tall stacks adorned with flying pigs welcome you to Sawyer Point Park. Part of the Gateway Sculpture, it is the official entrance to Bicentennial Commons at Sawyer Point and represents steamboats that brought early settlers to the Cincinnati area. Happy Taste Of Cincinnati from Murphy-Cam!
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade – You may be wondering why I opened this post with a cliche. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. I was reviewing images from our morning walk, and came across this little gem with the main subject out of focus and a JJ Abrams style lens flair. It is not what I […]
A pair of Canadian Geese bask in the morning sun at the base of the Newport Southbank Bridge. The Purple People Bridge, as it is popularly known, spans the Ohio River serving foot and bike traffic between Newport and Cincinnati. These two are part of a larger population inhabiting many of the parks along the river in Cincinnati. Wishing you […]
The John A Roebling Suspension Bridge, dedicated 100 years before I was born, stands in timeless splendor, connecting the communities of Covington and Cincinnati. At the age of 50, I marvel at how a black and white photograph of this beautiful structure, can transport one to an era when steam driven paddle wheels moved people and goods from port to […]
Take me out to the ball game Said I to my father The Checkered grass The crack of bat The roar of crowd As someone loosed a mighty cat A patter of rain will not dissuade An opening day parade. Take me out to the ball game Said I to my son An aged glove The memory fades A […]