Homelessness is rarely seen in rural communities, but it’s still there.
An audio interview with Cory Nicol of the Columbus band Alert New London. The interview took place Wednesday, April 28, 2010 — two days before the band headlined the Newport Music Hall.
Taken in a backyard in Hilliard, Ohio, this photo highlights an unusual perspective used by the photographer. The rusting metal T-shaped object was captured while lying underneath it, with a clear sky above it. A strong wind was blowing during the shot, as evidenced by the swaying tree in the background and the chain on the T-shaped object.
This white flower was captured at Darby Creek Metro Park. It was chosen because all around it, flowers remained with most or all of their petals. This one only had two left. You can see the other flowers in the background with all of their petals. Picture 029: Introducing color into a monochromatic scene This row of bushes lining a driveway in Hilliard had all turned (or remained?) green except for a single bush toward the end of the line. The difference was stark and immediately noticeable.
Introducing color into a monochromatic scene
This row of bushes lining a driveway in Hilliard had all turned (or remained?) green except for a single bush toward the end of the line. The difference was stark and immediately noticeable.
A dog is shown looking in the direction of a blowing American flag that is nestled in a flower pot. The dog is deliberately out-of-focus to emphasize the blowing flag. Picture was obtained by going on my knees behind the pot and waiting for the flag to flow from the wind in the right way.
On a highway somewhere between Columbus and Indianapolis, a semi-truck’s 70-mph spinning tire is photographed, with the reflection of the vehicle starkly appearing in the wheel. Photo was taken from the passenger seat of the car next to the truck. The white line in the road shows how close the two vehicles move.