Volunteered last night at the Fountain Day celebration on Fountain Square. We served plenty of beverages despite the brisk weather and I talked to officer Chris Thomas, a cool police officer who kept an eye on our booth. Lighting the Tyler-Davidson Fountain was really cool, I caught a few pics in progress.
Thanks to our friend Suzanne for getting us in touch w/ the volunteer opportunity.
I got some spectacular photos of lightening tonight. I’m about to turn off the computer and unplug it (in case that lightening gets a little too close) but take a look at these photos. It took about 40-50 shots to get some good ones; you just have to press the shutter release and hope something happens in the next couple seconds.
Tornado sirens going off now… time to be smart and get in the basement
Well Mairose (Hyde Park, Cincinnati) is finally kaput. When we left for work today the building was standing, a solid neighbor for many years. Today we came home to find bricks, bent steel, and splintered wood. Goodbye Mairose.
Our church, St. Mary’s in the background, will build a new parking lot and attractive landscaping for the Suburbans, Escalades, and Navigators that shuttle kids to and from school each day. The street does open up quite a bit with the building, which was very close to the curb, no longer there.
I have a picture I took from my cell phone that I’ll post later, but there were big fat flakes coming down as Sarita and I enjoyed a baked potato and vegetarian chili at McAllister’s today.
Found this today through a friend. A fun little site to browse and learn more about places in Cincinnati. Space513.com