Where To Stand's PhotoBlog

Went on a Cleveland Photographic Society field trip today to the Cleveland Masonic Temple. This nearly 100 year old building has recently been sold and is due…

This one was a complete surprise. I was studying a water lily and the surrounding pads trying to decide on a composition. The lily itself was not fully…

Still sorting through the photos from a recent trip to Europe but I was pretty sure after I took this image and am still pretty sure now that this would be and…

These two flamingos, yes there are two here, not one, lined up perfectly for an amusing "two-headed, three legged bird" shot.

This past weekend I made my first visit to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for 2017. Every time I visit I make a point of stopping to see the Koala bears and in…

Something a bit lighter from Barcelona other than the works of Gaudi — here is a piece of modern art from Roy Lichtenstein erected for the 1992 Summer Olympics,…

My wife and I have been fortunate enough to have visited Paris several times. On earlier visits we noticed The Madeleine — it is a rather imposing…

Was going a little stir crazy processing the many, many photos Mary and I took while in Europe and needed a break. Since I hadn't been to the Botanical Gardens…

Many photo opportunities are lost because you end up someplace at the wrong time of day. Preparation can counter that to some degree. But sometimes, like when…

The Arc has four main sculptural groups, one on each of the Arc's pillars. My hope in visiting the Arc on this trip was two-fold. First, get good images of…

My wife and I had tentatively planned a trip to Egypt and Israel for the summer of 1990 but her analysis of the stirrings in the Middle East (she studied Middle…

My wife and I recently went to Sardinia to visit our eldest daughter, who is studying there. It was part of a much longer trip that included stops in Barcelona…

Went on a photography club field trip to Sandy Ridge Reservation in the Lorain Metroparks this past week with the hope of getting some birds.  Birds are always…

The tulips in the yard are reaching their full potential and the late afternoon partially sunny day was perfect for capturing the glory.  Not much more to say…

Early spring brings to Northeast Ohio daffodils and tulips, among other flowers.  For some reason, I find daffodils uninteresting as subject matter but tulips…
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