Lorain Lighthouse~ Lorain, Ohio "Jewel of the Port" ~ Standing at the north end of the West Harbor Breakwater in Lorain Harbor, its light is no longer lit, its fog horn no longer sounds, but it remains a silent reminder of Lorain’s historic relationship with Lake Erie shipping. ~Stop #1
The Black River is now Blue
MUST View this one Large! #3 in Explore for 2/20/2009! I tried to attain a sharp image here, while keeping noise/grain to a minimum. Much easier task with my Nikon D90, compared to the D40. I could have gone with a longer exposure here, but I kinda like how the shorter exposure (6 seconds) displays how windy it was that night....illustrated by the motion on the water surface. TGIF everybody....it sure has been a long week!!
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Brady's Bunch of Lorain County Nostalgia
Here's an interesting article about the ambitious playground program Lorain used to have in the 1960's. It's from a Lorain Journal of early June 1969. (Give it a click so you can read it.) I've blogged before about growing up on Skyline Drive. I remember walking down to Willow Park with my siblings so we could take part in some of the summer activities going on down there. I remember it was a lot of fun, with some great college kids running the whole thing. Besides the organized games, there…