The Murphy-Cam Project

Tag: Cincinnati

Dancing In The Moonlight - It’s A Fine And Natural Sight
July 30, 2018

Dancing In The Moonlight - A Supernatural Delight On July 27th 2018, in what was deemed the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century, Murphy and I were Dancing In The Moonlight. And although, it was surely a fine and natural sight, we could not see the eclipse from our vantage point in the mid-western section of the United States. It was, however, a gorgeous full moon and we managed to capture a few snaps of Yeatman's Cove Park bathed in...

Sunrise Serenade - Breaking Dawn
July 17, 2018

Dawn Greets Us With A Sunrise Serenade! - Walking through Sawyer Point Park, Murphy and I observed this beautiful sunrise. Standing there slack jawed, our attention was diverted to birds singing in the trees sourounding the river bank. It was a nice counterpoint to the vista before us. Though the birds held Murphy’s gaze, I suspect it was for a very different reason. As I meditated on this photograph, a Glenn Miller tune, Sunrise Serenade,...

The River At Twilight
July 14, 2018

There is a peacefulness that descends on The River At Twilight - Murphy and I occasionally find a deserted piece of riverbank and stare out in silence. Taking in the wisdom quietly whispered, our burdens flow away. There's a song the river sings. It's hard to hear if your mind is full. Try to empty it out, you may snatch a wisp of melody, a soft lyric, a gentle rhythm. Perhaps you may even find a bit of yourself, hiding, searching for meaning in...

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...

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