Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
G'morning gurrly!thank you for sharing YOUR city. I have thought about doing that several times. Not sharing YOUR city, sharing mine. Hahaha.(how far do you LIVE from these places?) Like my city that I would want to share with you is actually 30 miles away. I have only been 30 miles away for 3 years.
That could almost be Vancouver ,a Port city. I should strap on that camel toe head dress and up-load some pictures of my little hamlett . Oh I don't have anywhere to up-load them to? I did sign up on youtube ,hummmm..slide show...wear camel tow in public...this could be a fun art project.Ya just never know where you get your inspiration from. Thanks Erin, dolo queen
I love your Cleveland. It's nothing like the one I imagined, which was not nearly so attractive.
That's my Cleveland, too.You're making me homesick!
I think I love your Cleveland.
I like yourbeauteous beautiful fine lovely nice pretty pulchritudinous city!!ok ok, I've got the last one out of the dictionary and never heard it before :-)
In that last one, the lighthouse looks really short. I think I need something for scale, like, say... a Campbell's soup can.
There's no place like home. There's no place like home. There's no place like home.
Nice shots. Your eye deserves a better camera.
Cleveland rocks! So I hear.I think I'll take a swim by the lighthouse.
We actually spent the first night of our honeymoon in (gulp) Cleveland. That way, there would be no distractions because nothing else would be worth seeing... or doing.It worked just fine.
I love these photos. These are the kind of Cleveland sights that make my heart rise in my throat. Also extremely fond of the ancient steelworks in the flats.
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