Cincinnati Photographer
Peter Teremi

Peter Teremi is a photographer, author, and blogger, based in Cincinnati Ohio. He has published two books, and has photographic works displayed at the Taft Museum of Art. Peter enjoys music, travel, spending time with family, and daily walks with a Miniature Schnauzer named Murphy. The Murphy-Cam Project is a blog and published works about photography and images taken during his walks along the many beautiful riverside locations in the city. You can catch up with them through his website at, and through social media outlets: facebook, twitter, and instagram.

Photo courtesy Debbie Williams|Dragonfly Photography

The Murphy-Cam Project

Study of Light

The Murphy-Cam Project

Year of the Flood

Fine Art


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New Friend At The Grand Hotel
August 22, 2018

Meet Mini, my new friend at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. The grounds at the hotel are exquisite. Aside from their beauty, they seem to have been designed to attract butterflies. Shown below is a wonderful specimen of Monarch Butterfly. I asked if I could take her photo. She smiled and said "Oui Monsieur", and posed for me. How gracious! Blessings from Murphy-Cam in Michigan!

Ohio River Launch Club - Evening With Paddlefest
August 16, 2018

This image was taken at the Ohio River Launch Club at sunset. There is nothing more inviting than a sailboat gently rocking on an expansive body of water at dusk. Cue Sailing by Christopher Cross for the background track. At least that's what's playing in my head. I was lucky enough to play a small roll in this years Ohio River Paddlefest. Murphy and I were invited to provide some photographic support for the Sunrise Paddle event, and the main Paddle...

Look For The Silver Lining
August 15, 2018

Two towers, not to be confused with those of Middle Earth, provide light for night games at Great American Ball Park. Mother Nature, seen here, playing a game of one-upmanship, as a burst of evening sunlight slips past a bit of cumulus. I enjoy the juxtaposition of the towers, who's job it is to produce light, shown here in silhouette. When life feels dark, it's best to look for the silver lining. Sometimes, that's the best part. Keep your light shini...

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