Friday, July 8, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
here. And you can see a few more of my outside shots here. We really have a wealth of great architecture scattered throughout Ohio.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
If you drive northwest of Columbus for about an hour, you'll come across this little town called Sidney, Ohio. Aside from having a famous bank designed by Louis Sullivan (boss and mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright), it has a little diner famous for it's fried bologna sandwich, and the outskirts of town are littered with all sorts cool industrial buildings, grain elevators, and other funky little diners. I love grain elevators. And diners famous for friend bologna sandwiches, even if they are closed for the Fourth of July. Don't you?