CITY PHOTOS

It's probably not surprising that, as a city planner, I tend to find much of the inspiration for photographs in the city, particularly in the city of Cleveland.  My favorite city photos are those that show images that are often overlooked, rather than the most often photographed images of skyscrapers, sports facilities and other landmarks.  Here is a sampling of some of my favorites

Between the Lines

Escalating

Faces of Waterloo

Dark Day in Cleveland

Ho Ho ..... Ho?

Rails & Nails

"Light" Cargo Bound for Cleveland

Is it real....?

Home Alone

Utilty Player

Praying for a Good Space

Key to the Bridge

Uptown in MOCA

Faces of Waterloo

Art Museum Fantasy

Enter here

Semi-Furnished?!

ABSTRACT REALITY/ ACCIDENTAL ART

When I would go out on a photo shoot, intending to capture images of iconic buildings or vibrant street scenes, I often found myself drawn to images that could easily be overlooked but, upon closer inspection, seemed to have taken on an aesthetic quality that may not have been intended by any architect or other designer.  I began thinking of these images as "accidental art" or "abstract reality."  Here is a sampling of some of my favorites.

I See Your True Colors

Rust & Renewal

Looking through a Glass Onion

MOCA Man

Beautility

Ascension

Wheel of Misfortune

I See My Dog in Everything

Crystalography

Into the Mystic

Smiling in the Face of Adversity

Glass Block Collage

Rust & Renewal

Gehry-o-Type

Appealing

Lake Erie Monster

Are They Friendly Ghosts?

Dancin' Shoes

Crystal Blue Persuasion

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