Posts Tagged ‘toledo’

Pressure

Pressure

I’ve always had a fascination with water towers. I’m not sure what it is about them but since I was a kid I’ve been attracted to them. During my trip to the rust belt, I took the opportunity to shoot a lot of water towers. Many of which I’m sure I will post on the […]


Desicration

Desicration

As my brother Joshhua (www.ballmultimedia.com) and I were looking for building to photograph in Toledo, Ohio, we came across this church.¬† As I looked over the desicration of this place of worship I thought about what had happened here. Who got married at this alter, now painted with inverted pentagrams? Who sang in these aisles¬† […]


Walleye Run

Walleye Run

Have you ever asked where to buy a fish finder? The Walleye Run in the Maumee River in Toledo, Oh is a big event each year. It’s so big, Toledo has named it’s professional hockey team, The Walleyes, who are actually in the playoffs right now. Each year the Walleye come up the Maumee river […]


High-Level Bridge

High-Level Bridge

The Anthony Wayne Bridge, a 3,215-foot suspension bridge crossing the Maumee River, has been a staple of Toledo’s skyline for more than 70 years. It is locally known as the “High-Level Bridge.” This bridge is an iconic image in Toledo. This shot was taken today at sunset with my brother Joshua. We’ve been shooting together […]


warehouse#1

warehouse#1

Buildings like this are scattered throughout the Toledo, Oh area. Once a great industrial city filled with manufacturers of glass, autos, bearings and other objects is now filled with abandoned shells slowly decaying. In other parts of the country, buildings like this one are coveted as urban Loft projects, but in Toledo they are just […]


Sunrise over the Maumee

Sunrise over the Maumee

Early one morning, my dad and I were driving to work on my parents new house and we passed this scene. I made him turn around and took some time to take a few exposures. The slight fog added to the dreamy feeling of this piece.