Two C’s: Cincinnati & Covington

Two sister cities, Cincinnati and Covington, separated only by the mighty Ohio, have grown up together and blossomed into beautiful women.  Though married to two different states they have been close through the years. They compliment each other like good sisters do.  Cincinnati, the big sister, is always there to guide and support.  Covington, the baby, has grown up in the shadow of her big sis but prefers it that way.  She knows she has her part to play. While visiting the Roebling Suspension Bridge, I was able to capture a small glimpse of these two proud cities.  I now share them with you.

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The blue posts of the bridges that span across Fort Washington Way in downtown Cincinnati.

Cincinnati

The mighty Ohio

View into Covington, KY

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge in Covington, KY.

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge in Covington, KY

Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati, OH

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38 responses to “Two C’s: Cincinnati & Covington

  1. The Ascent shots are amazing! Finding and shooting this building is now on my list for my next business trip to Lexington that takes me in and out of Cincinnati!

    • I have some when I used to live over there but they are not scanned in and I think the quality wouldn’t be very good. Todd’s brother lives in NJ and we go there a couple of times a year. It’s about an hour to NYC. I’ll make sure to bring my camera and take pics next time. 🙂

  2. Hello neighbor. I love these photos and the ones of the Roebling bridge as well. I’ve photographed that bridge myself many times. The Purple People bridge is one of my favorite places to take portraits.
    Good woork 🙂

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