• Cleveland Script Sign from Edgewater at Sunrise

    Edgewater view of the Cleveland Script sign with downtown Cleveland in the background

  • Cleveland Skyline At Dusk

    A beautful view of Believeland at dusk in amazing breathing color! .

  • Grand Moon Over Cleveland

    Cleveland Skyline at dusk shot from Perkin's Pier, near Edgewater Park. This image was shot one day before the perigee-syzygy or Supermoon of November 2016 in order to capture the light of dusk on the city. The day of the supermoon, the moon rise was too late to capture the beutiful afterglow of sunset.

  • Abandonded Cleveland Coast Guard Station

    Streamline Modern Coast Guard Station designed my J. Milton Dyer. Situated on Whiskey Island In Cleveland Ohio

  • Cleveland Westside Market View

    An Amazing Skyline View of Hot Cleveland featuring The Westside Market Tower. This Black and White image was shot in Infrared Black and White during the golden hour.

  • Guardian of Transportation #2 Lorain Carnegie Bridge Ohio City Cleveland

    The Guardians of Transportation are Art Deco pylons that grace The Hope Memorial Bridge in Cleveland. The bridge was renamed after local stone mason William Hope (Bob Hope's father),in the 1980s. There are 8 sculptures total on 4 pylons. Created by sculptor Henry Hering and architect Frank Walker. They were completed in 1932. Formerly, The Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. These images are beautiful as a single but make a huge impact presented as the Tryptich that they were intended to be.

  • Guardian of Transportation #3 Lorain Carnegie Bridge Ohio City Cleveland

    The Guardians of Transportation are Art Deco pylons that grace The Hope Memorial Bridge in Cleveland. The bridge was renamed after local stone mason William Hope (Bob Hope's father),in the 1980s. There are 8 sculptures total on 4 pylons. Created by sculptor Henry Hering and architect Frank Walker. They were completed in 1932. Formerly, The Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. These images are beautiful as a single but make a huge impact presented as the Tryptich that they were intended to be.

  • Guardian of Transportation #1 Lorain Carnegie Bridge Ohio City Cleveland

    The Guardians of Transportation are Art Deco pylons that grace The Hope Memorial Bridge in Cleveland. The bridge was renamed after local stone mason William Hope (Bob Hope's father),in the 1980s. There are 8 sculptures total on 4 pylons. Created by sculptor Henry Hering and architect Frank Walker. They were completed in 1932. Formerly, The Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. These images are beautiful as a single but make a huge impact presented as the Tryptich that they were intended to be.

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