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This virtual tour has 3 pano views showing different stages of the 2012 St. Leon Pole Raising. Other than the weather being a bit more gloomy, the St. Leon Pole Raising was about the same as I described it in the pano tour I did of the 2008 Pole Raising: “Every 4 years, on the 2nd Saturday… Continue reading 2012 St. Leon Pole Raising
The Stone Arch Bridge is the only bridge of it’s kind along the Mississippi River. Having 23 arches, it is 2100 feet long and contains 100,000 tons of limestone and granite. It was built by railroad baron James J. Hill and completed in 1883. It was originally used as a railroad bridge and carried as… Continue reading St. Anthony Falls, Stone Arch Bridge, Minneapolis
During a whirlwind 2 hours in downtown Chi-town, I managed to grab a couple of pano views including Pioneer Court and the much maligned and vandalized Marilyn Monroe statue.
This bridge affords a nice view of downtown Cincinnati from the Mt Adams neighborhood. You can see the large empty lot downtown where the Horseshoe Casino will be built.
This panorama features the Great American Ballpark, home to the Cincinnati Reds baseball team and the Great American Tower building, I guess Cincinnati is a Great American city! Also, the US Bank Arena can be seen.
Fausto has been working in his downtown Cincinnati, Ohio shop since 1957. I thought it was interesting that there were still banners from his 50th anniversary year in 2007, 4 years ago. He is also an accomplished musician with skills in playing the accordion, mandolin, guitar and clarinet. He is rather comfortable in front of… Continue reading Fausto Ferrari Barber Shop
I was recently inspired to produce a “tower pano” from the top of the Carew Tower in Cincinnati. The Carew Tower is the only skyscraper in Cincinnati that has an observation deck that is open to the public. The deck is actually on the top of the building with unobstructed views in all directions. Most… Continue reading Cincinnati from the Carew Tower
This post features the Corbett Theater, the “crowning jewel” of the new center. It is the home of the School for the Creative and Performing Arts and Schiel Primary School for Arts Enrichment. It provides K-12 education in the arts and maintains high academic standards as well.
Just a hour before LeBron James announced his “decision” to leave Cleveland for the Miami Heat during a much hyped 1 hour TV special, fans are milling around outside “Harry Buffalo” in downtown Cleveland signing the “Witness Mobile”
I got a few panos while on a quick trip through Cleveland. Here is the Cuyahoga County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument and E 4th St area.
Here are a few panos from the opening day parade and fans going into the Great American Ball Park. It was a most beautiful day which brought out a record crowd to view the parade with estimates of around 100,000 people lining the streets. You couldn’t go wrong by wearing red since both the Cincinnati… Continue reading Cincinnati Reds Baseball Opening Day 2010
The Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati is hosting a retrospective exhibit of famed street artist Shepard Fairey during the spring and summer of 2010. Along with the exhibit inside the CAC, Mr. Fairey placed several murals in various locations around town. Go here to see panos of those murals in context of their environment .… Continue reading Shepard Fairey Murals
Every 4 years, on the 2nd Saturday before the presidential election, the community of St. Leon, Indiana continues the tradition of the Pole Raising to commemorate the presidency of Andrew “Old Hickory” Jackson. Once a common occurrence, St. Leon is believed to be the only place where you can see the pole raising today. The… Continue reading St. Leon Pole Raising 2008