Posts Tagged street photography
A restaurant in Delaware, Ohio that is. In business for over 150 years; minus the two years rebuilding it after an arsonist destroyed it in 2002. It’s name comes from the nickname locals gave the original business, a bakery, from one of it’s staples. Wonder what that staple was 😉
I decided to shoot this iconic sign from the middle of the street instead of from the often seen photo of the sign from across the street leading to the restaurant; happy traffic was very very light that day. Almost everything was closed in preparation for the 4th of July parade a block away.
The Strand Theater is a movie theater located on East Winter Street in downtown Delaware, Ohio. Opened in 1916, it is the tenth longest operating movie theater in the United States. Notice anything interesting about the marquee? I thought that was great…
Amazing how food trucks and the variety of foods they offer are multiplying. The difficulty is finding the one you want when you want it. They have a tendency to move around what with those wheels and all 😉
From the looks of these two, I’d say it’s all in the footwork and the wrists. Photos taken at the Olentangy Summer Blast.
No idea why it was on their shirts but these ladies were making sure that those with a beer ticket got their whistles whetted.
This wasn’t quite what you were envisioning when reading the post title, was it? Today was the annual Olentangy Summer Bash – food trucks, bands, bounce houses and fireworks. The ice cream cone and I had a nice laugh together and I wished her a melt free day. I just got back a mere half hour ago and I am tired!
There’s nothing quite like getting bopped in the head a few times by flying June bugs while trying to take fireworks photos. More photos from the OSB coming shortly.
More people, more ink and piercings, more fashion and of course… more fun.
I was busted on this one. It’s like she sensed my presence and decided to turn her head just as I raised my camera. I gave her a smile, waved and walked away.