Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Ongoing Sprinkles

This past weekend was the 4th annual Scott Kelby Photo Walk.  The photo walk is an informal social event intended to bring people together in small groups all over the world to have a good time taking photos of their city. I didn't make the event on Saturday because of the seriously ugly weather but I went on Sunday and did the planned route in between ongoing sprinkles.  These are my iPhone shots from the walk.  I have pictures from DSLR but I like these better.  Next year I hope to participate with the group.  You gotta love the history and the architecture in this town.  Love.

The Cleveland Arcade  
In May of 1890, The Arcade opened its doors as one of the first indoor shopping centers in America. It was designed as a big-city mercantile center by John M. Eisenmann and George H. Smith who modeled it after the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Italy. -

E. 4th Street and around-about the neighborhood.


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  2. Love the treatment. It provides wonderful perspectives on each of these locations. Kelby's walks are great, great fun and I'm already anticipating 2012!