Wednesday, November 21, 2018

A Walk Along The Oasis Line

About a week after stumbling into an update on the abandoned Torrence Rd. Station, I found myself once again along the “Oasis Line.” This set of tracks running above and along the Ohio River from Downtown Cincinnati to points Eastward would pass as a stereotypical subway/commuter line in a city with some sort of progressive vision.

Sunday, November 18, 2018

The Forgotten Rail Station at Torrence Rd. Emerges

An abandoned railroad station, first featured here nearly ten years ago, now emerging from vegetation and obscurity.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

The Chong, Inc.

While out shooting photographs in the city, lazily wandering around without any real agenda or plans, my friend Andrea and I spotted all of the “Store Closing/Everything Must Go” signs. I had occasionally passed The Chong Inc.’s storefront over the years, never paying it much mind. This time, though, we were fixated on the windows in the same way kids would’ve once crowded around downtown department stores at Christmas.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Pentax K1000

- Pseudo-abandoned industrial facility in Cincinnati's Oakley neighborhood.

Part 3 in a series on getting back into film.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Minolta XD-11

- "Armstrong" by Eduardo Kobra amongst Downtown Cincinnati office buildings.

Part 2 in a series on getting back into film.