(2006-05-07) Spring Grove Cemetery 053b
The Dexter Mausoleum (aka "Dracula House") at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio Color Infrared, unmodified Nikon D50 with Hoya R72 IR filter. Photoshop used to adjust levels (3 Levels layers).
The Witch's Castle was a ruined stone house, also known as Mistletoe Falls, located on an isolated hill overlooking the Ohio River. And was the the meeting place of Shanda Sharer's and her murderers.
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Old School House Near Blue Rock
The old school house that I took a photo of last fall when Grandpa and I were driving around near Blue Rock, Ohio is featured on Redbubble today! Link to Red Bubble
A smorgasboard of old stone houses - ~ House Crazy ~
There’s something so enchanting about an old stone house. They are all over the place, and since they are made of stone, they seem to last forever. I profiled The Old Stone House in my own hometown not too long ago (you can see that post here). The name “The Old Stone House” is so commonly used for historic homes made …
Moral decay...... Image taken at a country cemetery abandoned church in Coshocton County Ohio. I don’t know when this church was built, the oldest stones in the cemetery are from the late 1840’s. All of the pews are still present in the building as is a piano. The floor has caved in several places though from the roof leaking, and some of the fixtures are no longer in very good shape. . There is a partition that runs down the middle of the church dividing it into two halves one side for the…
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The new women’s empowerment video “Woman’s World” finds the successful 67 year-old shape shifting into women of various ages, races and...
I glimpsed this towered Victorian house from nearby Rt 6 and made my way around the block to check it out. I was able to track down the owner who let me take some pictures and gave me a little history. It was purchased by Victor and Minnie Orwig in 1903 and was occupied until the mid Nineties. The original slate roof is beginning to fail, endangering the upstairs ceilings. An unusual farmhouse for this turn of the century Ohio farming community.