This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Layered.
This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger!
…including under a bridge where a pedestrian path runs parallel to the river.
Apparently even deer like to manspread. The handsome human in the shot is The Chef.
I love my city.
Songwriter, lyricist, and singer Johnny Mercer died on 25 June 1976.
“The days of wine and roses laugh and run away like a child at play.”-Days of Wine and Roses (Henry Mancini/Johnny Mercer)
An interesting story from my hometown. I love this duo’s use of literary quotes and themes. Be sure to follow the link at the bottom of the article to their Instagram page.
Welcome to CAMPy WASHINGTON, where humor is a matter of civic pride.
Here’s George Washington, all dolled up to keep watch over the fine citizens of this urban neighborhood. He’s attended by Cincinnati’s famous flying pigs and a docile cow.
The purple gorilla and old-timey robot aren’t just mural stars: they have real life counterparts, statues that are an integral part of our local identity.
George is ready for his close-up.
The mural sits right off the highway, and is visible to random people filling their tanks at two gas stations. Although it doubtless makes them smile, its real importance is in brightening the lives of local residents who spend their days looking at manufacturing warehouses and crumbling 19th century brick buildings. In a neighborhood so far off the radar as to lack even the condescending appellation “up and coming”, public art really does make a difference.
Books on Buildings: 20 Bookish Murals From Around the World [courtesy Flavorwire]