What seems like a very long time ago, I wrote about the challenges of living a car-free lifestyle in Columbus, Ohio.I love Columbus.
A lot of great stuff has been happening in this city in the past five years, and it keeps getting better. But my biggest pain point has been transportation.
That has More >
Winter in Ohio sucks this year. I do not mind the snow because it is pretty (at least before it becomes an icky grey mess), and it means I get to snowboard.
But I do mind the terrible cold we have had this year.
So in order to survive what I hope is only a few more weeks of Winter weather, I went More >
But I had never tried shooting at night until recently. It seemed too difficult and complicated. I had no idea where to begin.
So I took a class.
It was a struggle for the first few weeks, but I finally got over the hump More >
For this shot, I used the blurred motion technique. I chose to fill the frame with the drums to make the photo all about the movement of the drumsticks. The repeating pattern of the drums and suspenders gives this photo additional interest.Photo #2
For this More >
Every photography teacher in Columbus is bored with photos of downtown, probably because everyone has taken every single vantage point and angle possible. But I love a good cityscape, so I knew I had to take one photo of the skyline. I tried to capture the More >
I am a beer snob and a wine snob, but I don’t drink liquor. I don’t like the taste of liquor, no matter how expensive the bottle. I don’t like cocktails because they are usually too sweet or too bitter.
That is the first thing Louisville Food Tour owner Kim told us when we met. She explained that over the next 2.5 hours, we would visit six restaurants and eat a small plate of something prepared at the chef’s whim.
I did not want to go into a food coma because I was excited by what More >
Earlier this year I read that Louisville is one of Lonely Planet’s top US travel destinations for 2013 and later read that Louisville is a Top 10 foodie city in the US.
I only live three hours from Louisville. It had not even crossed my mind to check out the city. How does it have to hit Lonely More >