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  • Up in the Air -- Indianapolis Airport

    Up in the Air -- Indianapolis Airport
    Why write about an airport? I have a reason for writing about this particular one: I gained my first impressions of the US here.
  • Mt. Adams: Getting Funky in Cincinnati

    Mt. Adams: Getting Funky in Cincinnati
    Mt. Adams, a neighborhood in the middle of Eden Park in Cincinnati, is both a historic part of Cincinnati's heritage, and a really cool place where artistic minds can let loose pretty much every day of the year. And many have already let loose on the architecture, gardens, bars, and cafes around the neighborhood.
  • Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio

    Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio
    A whopping 265 acres of rolling hills, verdant greens, paved pet friendly nature trails, gardens, forests, and seven lakes help make up this wonderful outdoor paradise dedicated to modern art sculpture. Welcome to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park!
  • Abandoned industrial coal silo

    Abandoned industrial coal silo
    A few months ago my girlfriend showed me an abandoned industrial coal silo. It is located next to a Kroger in Merrimont, Ohio. Merrimont is a small village East of Cincinnati, Ohio that was established in 1929. The village has made great strides to make itself appear much older than it actually is. The local inn is styled like a medieval castle.
  • Goblin Valley State Park

    Goblin Valley State Park
    Goblin valley is known for its creature like rock formations that formed in a valley. One is invited to stroll around climb on these formations. Inside the park however there are a number of campgrounds and slot canyons and neat alcoves. You can drive to the campgrounds and many are furnished with water and public restrooms for the ultimate camping convenience. Be careful with the lighting, the desert sun will have all your colours washed out early in the morning, and just until before sunrise. Pack up a roll of nice slide film and set your phone alarm and go get some pictures of the rising sun. Then get a water bottle and go find some caves and canyons and pick up some real nice reflected red light in the shade. This location is about 4 hours drive from any major airport, but there are also dozens of other national parks really close by. Worth the trouble to get there.
  • Fountain Square, Indianapolis, Indiana

    Fountain Square, Indianapolis, Indiana
    Lying just east of downtown Indianapolis lies Fountain Square. Fountain Square is a historic district in the city that has tons of lomo moments just waiting to be captured. All the building are exactly as they were years ago and there is also an original Duckpin Bowling alley from the twenties. If you are looking for a nice place to eat, this is it. There are several diners and restaurants to choose from and they all have their own special appeal.

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