Hello ladies and gentlemen, I am back once again with my Exploring Columbus series and this showcase is of the Chinese Lantern Festival that was going on back in January. It took place at the Ohio Fair Grounds and was a showcase of Chinese culture and history. From the food to the clothing to the giant lights, it allowed me to get a glimpse into the past and see a piece of culture I traditionally don’t get to experience. I grew up loving history, and had a particularly affinity for Chinese culture and traditions. So enjoy the images I was able to capture and let me know what you think!
Hi everyone, and welcome to 2019. It is still January, so we are finally getting some snow and still hanging on to our New Year’s Resolution, albeit barely. This year, I decided to bring back my Exploring Columbus series, and I will be starting it out with the Zoo Lights. So for those of you who aren’t familiar, Columbus, Ohio has one of the best zoos in the country, and subsequently, one of the best zoo lights shows. I really wanted to focus on the brightness of the lights, contrasted with the darkness surrounding it with the reflections all around, and I think i captured that quite well. Let me know what you think, and as always, reach out and lets go shooting!
It has been a while since I have been on the blog. Its been an interesting time, but I'm trying to get more consistent with it. I still have been shooting, so here is a series that I did at Jeffery Mansion, as I continue to explore my home city and learn all about it.
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One of the most popular areas in Columbus is the Short North. You can really explore the shops and small boutiques, finding stuff that you didn't know you needed. You can stop off and enjoy some food or drinks at one of the many eateries, pubs, or bars as well. I was driving through and couldnt help but stop off and take some quick pictures. So enjoy!