We often wonder what lies just out of site. Questions of hidden conversations, different lives, and undiscovered treasures enter our heads when we can’t see beyond. Walls, objects, and even the ground bring out our inner peeping Toms. But what many fail to do is wonder what is clearly in sight, just above their heads. Todd informed me yesterday, after taking a walk in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, that he had enjoyed watching people watch me take pictures. I apparently confuse folks when I stop and photograph things just above my head. He said they stop and look up, trying to figure out what’s so important above. Lions, flowers, smoking areas, detailed art, and historic architecture are all things one misses when ahead, or behind, is all they see. Here is what I found yesterday, looking up.