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Greenleaf, Columbus, OhioGreenleafColumbus, OhioCemeteryAri's Diner, Columbus, OhioAri's DinerColumbus, OhioGiant cowboy #2.Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OhioGreen Lawn CemeteryColumbus, OhioThe life-size stone carving of little 'Georgie' is consistently beset with toys, candies and seasonally appropriate attire left by visitors of...Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OhioGreen Lawn CemeteryColumbus, OhioThe Soldiers and Sailors monument in section 28 of Green Lawn Cemetery was erected by the Franklin County Soldiers' and Sailors' Association at a...Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OhioGreen Lawn CemeteryColumbus, OhioThis cemetery is home to Columbus’ most notable people’s final resting place. Also a phenomenal bird watching spot. #ontheroadGreen Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OhioGreen Lawn CemeteryColumbus, OhioPeople come from all over to birdwatch and letterbox at this historic cemetery. The birds don’t disappoint!Sunbelt Rentals, Columbus, OhioSunbelt RentalsColumbus, OhioAll that remains of Cooper Stadium, the former home of the Columbus Clippers minor league baseball team. This location has been doubly abandoned...Cooper Stadium, Columbus, OhioCooper StadiumColumbus, OhioThe view from home plate inside the now abandoned Cooper Stadium, the former home of the Columbus Clippers, the Triple A affiliates of the...Cooper Stadium, Columbus, OhioCooper StadiumColumbus, OhioThe view from pitcher's mound looking through the overgrown infield towards home plate inside the now abandoned Cooper Stadium, the former home of...Cooper Stadium, Columbus, OhioCooper StadiumColumbus, OhioThe Columbus Clippers logo emblazoned on a row of seats inside the now abandoned Cooper Stadium, the former home of the Triple A affiliates of the...Gantz Farmhouse, Grove City, OhioGantz FarmhouseGrove City, OhioNice park with pretty gardens and pathways. Great place for a short stroll while enjoying the scenery.Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioA two-headed horse on a corrugated steel barn in Franklinton, the burgeoning art of Columbus. There is an almost identical installation in the Old...Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioWhales in the sunset. A really cool painting done on the side of a stucco garage. It's hard to encompass in the photo but the curves of the whale's...Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioIn 1797, land surveyor, Lucas Sullivant laid out a town on the west bank of the Scioto. He was a great admirer of Benjamin Franklin and named the...Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioDueling railroad bridges crossing the Scioto River on the southern end of downtown Columbus.Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioBuilt in early 1807, the Franklinton Log Post Office is the oldest known building in Franklin County standing on its original foundation. This...Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioA 1950's style sci-fi robot on a tricycle with the heading "always riding dirty".Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, Ohio"Fish heads, fish heads, roly poly fish heads, fish heads, fish heads, eat them up, yum!" More street art in Franklinton.Franklinton, Columbus, OhioFranklintonColumbus, OhioA street art rooster with his cockscomb drooping on a currently abandoned building in Franklinton, the burgeoning art hub of Columbus.Grange Insurance Audubon Center, Columbus, OhioGrange Insurance Audubon CenterColumbus, OhioToday I was fortunate, the young people taught me a few things about our beautiful wildlife. Still Hopeful. Harris Hawk.
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