I’m sorry that it’s been so long since I’ve been in here…..too many shiny things to distract me (kinda like the magic dust).
This was taken at Parade the Circle in Cleveland, Ohio. The parade takes place every year on the second Saturday of June in Wade Oval. It’s truly an experience, not just a parade. If you’ve ever been, you know exactly what I mean and if you’ve never been then block off that second Saturday for next year and come to Cleveland!
There are so many things that come to mind as a title for this picture, so I’m opening it up to all of you to submit your ideas for a title. Your name will be credited with your quote.
This picture was taken at the Winterfest parade in Lorain, OH.
Took time out from my booth at the Art Walk in Sandusky, OH last week to wander about and get some shots.
The Art Walk was taking place during Bike Week, but we set up in the park while the bikes and their people transformed downtown.
As loud as it was, I just can’t imagine what it must be like at Sturgis.
The neighbors and their dog gathering on the pier for some socializing and kite flying.
Posting this in February, because we need something warm and fun. We’re all quite tired of winter and long for the summer time treats of flip-flops, hot sand, and ice cream.
By the way, this was taken at Tybee Island, GA.
During a trip to NYC, the rain kept me from hiking around snapping pictures, but it didn’t stop me from leaning over the balcony to capture everyone else going about their day.
Every professional ballerina had to start somewhere.
The run in her stocking (okay, tights….showing my age!) is like the sprinkles on an ice cream cone ~ the perfect topping.
I was on a photo safari in downtown Toledo when this young man comes up to me and asks if I would take his picture. I said sure. He posed himself in front of a brick wall and then asked me if he could take off his shirt. I said sure. Then he proceeded to strike some poses as if he were being photographed for a magazine. He definitely was not shy about the camera or about his body.
Because I didn’t have my bag with the model release forms with me, I can’t show his face, so you get a cropped out version of him.
I took about 5 or 6 pictures, he put his shirt back on, smiled and said thanks, then we went our separate ways.