Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
I always love the small, hidden details in urban photos.I think those kayakers may have taken a wrong turn, or else they're on the run from the cops.That dudes flag shirt is awesome. He's like a superhero: Capitán Puerto Rico - hands on hips, solid and mighty.
Cleveland looks like a medley of places I've visited in my not-too-varied journeys around the US... It strikes me as an industrial hub of sorts. A prideful industrial hub. That is now how I'd describe Cleveland, coming from someone that's never been there.
The old town looks kind of nice in the sunshine.
I am delighted you all are diggin' on my CLE pix. I sort of dig 'em too.: )
You'd be correct, DanielDude, those kayakers are commonplace, most put in at Whiskey Island. This is a great city, disguised, like Chicago, as a series of small towns on a Great Lake.All that needs to happen is to continue to clean out the riff-raff(Democratic bleedership), and not put in place the scumbags(Republican bleedership).Don Scipione
And, yes, as a matter of fact, he is a rocket scientist.I got no beef with citizens who identify as (R) or (D). I understand the historical and traditional aspects. That system is co-opted, and we have to take it back.
Phil - I believe you're right. They both (R and D) suck. "Billionaires for Bush (or Gore)" sticks in my mind. They both belong to the same (rich boy) club, and we're not invited.
True that, Badge, time to crash the party.
I'll be over by the keg.
Trains SOLVE EVERYTHING.I mean, at least, aesthetically.OMG, my captcha word is pootor.
Will you quit being so darn parsimonious on the sizing of the photos. There might be lively content if only one could click on them and get something bigger that the postage stamp.Why are there flags to the side of one of the buildings. Huggsies ;)
Master Vince:Your wish has been granted!
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