The Ameritech Building was inspiration for The Daily Planet in the Superman comics. Superman was created in Cleveland by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1932.
The Osborn building on the corner of Huron and Prospect.
The pediment above the gorgeous-but-vacant Cleveland Trust Company.
Sunny days and vacant storefronts make for nice reflections.
Inside the Euclid Arcade. A Hyatt Regency occupies the top three floors while the first and lower floors are open to the public with retail space.
The top of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Cleveland's Public Square.
I chose this shot because I like the clouds, the blue sky, the shadows, how the KeyBank building just peeked over the building in the foreground, and how the building in the foreground creates a frame.
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I like #2, 4 & 6.
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