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Cincinnati, exploring the eastern front

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Cincinnati, exploring the eastern front

Authored by Sherman Cahal on June 9, 2009 at UrbanUp

As one may have noticed, UrbanUp has been in a bit of a flux lately. The database was ultimately reset and rebuilt, so this is the first true update to the web-site in months. To kickoff the site's reopening, I'm presenting over 200 new photographs of Cincinnati, Ohio from downtown to the East End. This is the first of three photographic series covering the Queen City.

Click on the respective links in the headers for even more photographs and information and be sure to click through onto the UrbanUp blog for more photographs from Mt. Adams, Walnut Hills and the East End!

Part of an ongoing project that I will ultimately present at a gallery, Rooflines is a series of photographs that exhibit the colorful and vivid rooflines of various houses in the Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood.

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Be sure to click through onto the UrbanUp blog for more photographs from Mt. Adams, Walnut Hills and the East End!

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There certainly are some, *cough*, colorful homes. Reminds me a little of Charleston, SC.

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