My attempt to document 40 sunrises in Eastern Cincinnati. Spring 2011.

Best-Of: Sunrises 1-10

One of the side effects of making daily posts is that it is easy for some of the “best” pictures to get pushed off the front page. For that reason, I’m doing something a bit different. I’m going to highlight some of my favorite pictures from the first 10 days. As I sit here listening to the storm outside, knowing I won’t have a clear sunrise for at least 5 days, it is nice going back and looking at some of the beautiful mornings I’ve been lucky enough to experience. I’m also highlighting some of my favorite macro (closeup) pictures and seasonal changes that have taken place in Ault Park in the past three weeks. There may even be a couple of pictures that didn’t make the daily cut. So far I’ve uploaded over 227 pictures to this project in 14 posts. There are at least three times that many pictures that I have packed away.

Enjoy, and thanks for stopping by!

Sunrise / Weather

Macro / Closeup

Arboretum and Misc.

4 responses

  1. eremophila

    A stunning array of images!
    My favourites are of the bike in the sunrise, and the snails, especially the one of the car and snail. Brilliant!
    But really, it’s not quite fair to single those out; putting them together like this is a great idea and has given me a wonderful sense of the area. Well done!

    April 23, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    • Thank you so much eremophila! You’ve got a good eye, those are my favorites too 🙂

      April 23, 2011 at 6:07 pm

  2. Frankie

    Storm, jap maple ( I think) and anything cini skyline is tops. We miss it.

    April 23, 2011 at 11:46 pm

    • I’ve got a great skyline picture for you from last summer when the great american insurance building was still being built. forthcoming.

      April 24, 2011 at 9:16 pm

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