The “Purple People Bridge” connects Newport, Kentucky with Cincinnati, Ohio. It links the South with the North. Crossing the mighty Ohio river, it only tolerates folks. No cars allowed.
People only see us after the sun rests. But we are here all the time, resting, waiting to illuminate your world.
While we were out last night, I took a few snaps of ordinary night views. For some reason, normal night scenes appeal to me. In these shots, you’ll see some […]
Architecture fills our eyes with man made structures of boxes, spires, and circles. The creativity of our species rises from the ground and surrounds us with jewels of steel, wood, […]
There’s a park just across the Ohio, located in the hills of Northern Kentucky. It’s a great place for a stroll, picnic, wedding, or a view of the Queen city. […]
Summer in Cincinnati means baseball. The hometown Reds have been providing summer entertainment for as long as the city has been, or so it seems. Great American Ballpark, their venue, […]
Todd and I visited Shawnee Lookout park a few days ago when the temperatures soared and it felt like spring. As you saw in the previous post, we ran into […]
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 […]
Suspended across the Ohio River, connecting Cincinnati with Northern Kentucky, is the Roebling Suspension Bridge. This historic bridge was opened in 1867 and has been an important part of the […]
Today, I drove from Alabama to Ohio and journeyed from home to home. I left Alabama, where I was born and where my family currently resides. I crossed into […]