Tag Archives: black and white

Duck or get Goosed

I was out at a local park in search of some autumn leaves when I stopped to converse with a couple that was having some difficulties with their new camera.  We were next to a lake that had quite a … Continue reading

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Zoo Day

The Columbus, Ohio zoo is a great place to visit if you live here or if you are visiting.  Besides all of the amazing animals it’s a great place to spend time and you will get plenty of exercise as … Continue reading

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Summer is still on the Scioto

The Scioto River runs through Columbus, Ohio and it sees many things each year.  Things like festivals. people riding those scooters that seem to be everywhere now, joggers, picnics, an occasional horde of zombies and so much more. Teri  📷

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September Gallery Hop – The Night

The Short North Art District in Columbus, Ohio has a gallery hop the first Saturday of each month and this hop fell on a very very busy night.  Not only were there celebrants around from the OSU football game held … Continue reading

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Weekend Wanderings

In the country and in the city was where we wandered.  And we who wandered definitely were not lost. Teri  📷    

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Mountains and Cowboys

My friend, Ingrid, over at Live Laugh RV has been doing weekly photo themes recently.  Her most recent one was black and white and as she is out in Arizona I decided to post one of my favorite shots from … Continue reading

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The doors of Saint Giles Cathedral

Doors are fascinating.  They keep things out and they keep things in.  They can be welcoming or they tell you to stay away.  They can be cookie cutter in appearance or they can display a unique personality or at least … Continue reading

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