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  • An Analogue Adventure into Minor League Sports Part Four: Akron Rubber Bowl

    An Analogue Adventure into Minor League Sports Part Four: Akron Rubber Bowl
    Hello again, I come to you today from the ruins of the old Akron Rubber Bowl. Okay, so it’s not quite ruins but four years of abandonment really takes its toll on a stadium. Come with me on this journey into what happens to old stadiums.
  • The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum

    The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
    Back to the university: a casual Diana Mini stroll through the gardens in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is home to the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum, a nice place to find fabulous flora to capture lomo-style.
  • The Heidelberg Project: an Outdoor Art Environment in Detroit

    The Heidelberg Project: an Outdoor Art Environment in Detroit
    I stumbled upon The Heidelberg Project during a brief trip to Detroit, and found a series of abandoned houses, painted and decorated with salvaged material,s to revitalize a once decaying block in an inner-city neighborhood. More pictures after the jump!
  • Springtime Shooting at Wintergarden Park

    Springtime Shooting at Wintergarden Park
    I thought I was defeated by a long winter chill-- until I found springtime warmth with some redscale film at Wintergarden Park in Bowling Green, Ohio.
  • The Toledo Zoo

    The Toledo Zoo
    Eager to enjoy the first beautiful day of spring, my coworker and lomo-friend Clairessa and I set out to spend some film at the Toledo Zoo!
  • Michigan Central Station (Detroit)

    Michigan Central Station (Detroit)
    Old buildings intrigue me. I think about the stories that could be told if the walls could talk. Michigan Central Station at 2405 West Vernor in Detroit opened in 1913 and operated as a passenger rail station until the last Amtrak train pulled away from the station on January 6, 1988.
  • Tiger Stadium, Detroit

    Tiger Stadium, Detroit
    “Everything is going to be fine. Everything is going to be fine. Ernie saves the day.” I was walking back to my car after taking photos of the Tiger Stadium demolition this summer, when this guy started yelling at me as I made my way down the sidewalk. He was clutching a drink and white paper bag full of food. “Excuse me?” I said. “Ernie saved the day,” he said.
  • The Other London

    The Other London
    I have followed my heart to the other London, In Ontario, Canada and as an outsider I will be sharing my new experiences with the London that no-one automatically thinks of when you mention the name. The one between the great lakes, south of Toronto and inhabited by students including my boyfriend, they say that first impressions last and here are mine...
  • Living in a Snowapocolypse Wonderland

    Living in a Snowapocolypse Wonderland
    (To be read in a menacing movie trailer voice) On the second week of December 2010, London (Ontario, Canada) got battered with snow squalls which lasted for over three days dropping almost half the amount of snow in two days that they would get all winter. This is the city you've just moved to, and you can't walk on ice.
  • Lake View Cemetery

    Lake View Cemetery
    I've been living in Cleveland far too long to not go see Lake View Cemetery. President Garfield, John D. Rockefeller, Harvey Pekar, and the namesake of practically every building in town are buried there. It's a beautiful fall walk through the woods.
  • Cleveland, Ohio: Rock On!

    Cleveland, Ohio: Rock On!
    This past summer, my husband and I spent a few days in Cleveland, OH, at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He had never been there before. "What?" I said. "Seriously?" I said. We live only a few hours away and I was sure everyone who was ever born in our area had been there. Apparently not. This is our story.
  • Travel Memories of 2011

    Travel Memories of 2011
    I know I've kind of missed the boat on posts wrapping up the year that has past in photos or memories but I still wanted to have the opportunity to go through and pick some of my faves that you may or may not have seen over the past year from my Lomography film cameras. When I saw the requested post tagline of Most Memorable Travel Escapades in 2011, I thought that it all fit in nicely together too.
  • Odette Park (Windsor, Ontario)

    Odette Park (Windsor, Ontario)
    Located along the Detroit River, Odette Park displays large scale, all season sculptures by internationally recognized artists. This open air art exhibition which spans 3.5 km, has trails for walking and biking and is a great place to spend the day. Come to see the "Chicken and the Egg" "The Sisters" and "Eve's Apple"!
  • Hey, Cupcake!

    Hey, Cupcake!
    As I sit here writing this wearing my cupcake pajamas I am a self-proclaimed cupcake fiend. If you have a sweet tooth and you like to take photos, visiting a cupcake store is one of the greatest places to be!
  • Urban Adventures in London Ontario

    Urban Adventures in London Ontario
    When I first got my Colorsplash camera I documented this city I live in, The other London, during the first 10 days I was here and decided I would do a similar thing for the last 10 days I will be living here. But what about the in-between time?

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