Cleveland Heights — “outdoor”

Coventry Village Branch of Heights Libraries, Cleveland Heights, OhioCoventry Village Branch of Heights LibrariesCleveland Heights, OhioDad loves pancakes so we went to breakfast at The Inn at Coventry, the best! This archway leads to a little park outside the library.Lakeview Cemetery, Cleveland, OhioLakeview CemeteryCleveland, OhioRockefeller's tombstone. My son is in the photo- he is 6'3".Lakeview Cemetary, Cleveland, OhioLakeview CemetaryCleveland, OhioThe gravesite of Eliot Ness... Pretty cool and unexpected. I didn't know he was there.Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland, OhioMuseum of Contemporary Art ClevelandCleveland, OhioThis 7-ton hand stands 21 feet high and is visible from Euclid Avenue and Mayfield Road. The hand functions as a shelter while also providing...Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioA radiated tortoise (Astrochelys radiata) from Madagascar vacationing in Ohio at the Cleveland Botanical Garden. #wildlifeCleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioLEGO goldfinches, a bee, a frog on a lily pad, a butterfly and a hummingbird. Just a sampling from Nature Connects - an exhibit encompassing 14...Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioSome sort of Voodoo Blair Witch Project Mr. Potato Head doll lurking near one of the trails outside of the Cleveland Botanical Garden.Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioThe Cleveland Botanical Gardens is a must seeCleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioRadiated tortoises make their home in the fantastic spiny desert of Madagascar, one of the two ecosystems represented under the 3,400 pieces of...Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioLEGO turtles! Nature Connects - an exhibit encompassing 14 LEGO brick sculptures using over 500,000 bricks.Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioThe Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse, an 18,000 square foot conservatory, part of the Cleveland Botanical Garden. Started in 1930 and moved to...Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioA bright red Nasturtium (Tropaeolum) bloom. The flowers are edible and have a slight peppery taste.Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioAll three of these shots are of the same chameleon and its utterly amazing color change capabilities in just a matter of a couple minutes!Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical GardenCleveland, OhioA bumbly bumblebee getting busy on the bloom of some type of an Allium, a garlicky/onion bulb.The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OhioThe Cleveland Museum of ArtCleveland, OhioChester Beach's 1927 monument "Fountain of the Waters" located adjacent to the museum's main entrance inside Wade Park.Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryCleveland, OhioThe skeleton of The Irish Elk (Megaloceros giganteus) one of the largest deer that ever lived. The Irish Elk stood 7ft tall at the shoulders with...Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryCleveland, OhioA selection of mostly jasper and agate stones cut and polished in a form know as cabochon, in which a gemstone has been shaped and polished as...Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryCleveland, OhioYour friend and mine, Carl Linnaeus; the father of modern taxonomy. All of you Homo sapiens have him to thank for our wonderful system of Binomial...Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryCleveland, OhioThis is Steggie II, a life size casting of a Stegosaurus. The first Steggie, created by New York sculptor Paul Jonas for the 1964-65 World's Fair...Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryCleveland, OhioThe museum also maintains a small collection of live animals including deer, owls, otters, foxes and this cute little raccoon peering out from the...
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