Cincinnati has its East Side, its West Side, the Northern burbs and Northern Kentucky. Cincinnati is a city of hills. She is surrounded by them. All sides have at least one high point with a great view of the Queen City. I’ve shown you the view from Mt. Adams. (See: Essence of Eden; Ault Park; Cincinnati at Night; Contrasts) I’ve shown you the view from Northern Kentucky (See: Reflections:Newport-Cincinnati; Cincinnati from Devou). Now it’s time to introduce you to the view from the West.
Depending on who you ask, you’ll get a different response as to which side is the best side. Not being from any side of Cincinnati, I can give you my unbiased opinion. I like them all. True, I have spent more time and am more familiar with the East Side, Northern Kentucky and the Northern burbs. I’ve lived in all three of those areas. But the little time I’ve spent in the West Side, I’ve found it quite charming.
Last night, I had the chance to visit Price Hill and a small park overlooking Cincinnati. Price Hill has a rich history filled with Native Americans, Irish, German, African Americans and Catholic peoples. (Visit the Price Hill Historical Society for more information.) She was once the place where the wealthy escaped the masses of the city. Now, although much has changed and hard times have hit, Price Hill is still living up to its diverse and rich history. An organization called Price Hill Will is a unique group dedicated to bringing back the good times to the hill. And these “good times” are an enhanced version of the past. Think of these as “Good Times 2.0” with more diversity, culture and charm. I look forward to learning more about the West Side and exploring its streets and neighborhoods. Of course, you’ll be along for the journey.
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Never been to Cincinnati, but these photos are gorgeous. Looks like a charming place! Makes me want to visit, although I wouldn’t know what to do. : )
Also, thanks for the continuos ‘likes’ on my blog. You rock!
Welcome. I’d be your tour guide. 🙂
Beautiful! I love this spot color technique you use, Seth — thanks for sharing. Steph
yea Cincy even Pete Rose.
Nice looking set.
Thanks so much. I am glad you like them.
Wow! What a beautiful city! If you someday come to my city you’re gonna love taking pictures here. I will soon post picture of my city historical buildings. And I’m sure you’re gonna love it.
Yes, I am sure I would. Hopefully, I can visit there someday.
I am speechless. I don’t know what to say. Beautiful! Very beautiful. Simply amazing. Oh, and thank you for liking one of my posts…:-)
You are welcome. Thanks for visiting my blog and looking at my work. 🙂 Glad you enjoy them.
I love how you’ve captured the delicate beauty in the city.
Thanks so much. )
Awesome pics you have a tighteye for composition my friend it serves you well.
Thanks so much. Very kind of you to say.
Thanks for your “likes” they mean a lot to me by the way. Peace
You are welcome. Glad they do.
I’ve never been their either but maybe someday. I wouldn’t rule it out.
I like your treatment on numbers 3, 6, 10-12, 15 and 16.
Thanks. Glad you like those. :O)
Thank you for the like of my post “Leftover Frozen Raindrops”.
Good pictures- really clear.They’re so inviting!
These photographs are inspirational and I love the technique applied to some which offer a sense of mystery to the city of Cincinnati…
These pictures are amazing.
Thanks so much. It’s a great place to take photos of.
i heart cincy.
Me too. Thanks.
Hello – I made a video of homes/architecture if interested… http://youtu.be/iD4rqOBZX1Q Includes Covedale/ Price Hill and the Incline District.
Thanks Alex. I’ll look at it.