Ongoing Series

The ongoing projects of Ronny Salerno and Queen City Discovery:

QC/D Monthly:

Once a month I publish a collection of photographs made over the previous month. These images reflect casual observations, personal work, professional work, random stories, or things I just find interesting in general. 

Check out these monthly updates.


From the Archives:


Over the years, a lot of photographs have been made for QC/D with the intention of being part of stories. However, not all of them made it to the main site. This series takes a look on old DVD's and hard drives to dig up stories that were never published before. 


Kings Waffle:

The ongoing photographic and interview documentation of a suburban diner and its patrons, some of the finest people I know. 



Suburbia Lost:

After years of photographing abandoned buildings in older urban centers, this project takes a look at the ruins left behind in American suburbs locally and found on travels throughout the country. 

Check out the documented locations here


Fading Advertisements:

In late 2015/early 2016, I published my second book: Fading Ads of Cincinnati, which took a look at the history and remains of the city's fading advertisements or "ghost signs." Since the book's publication, I've kept up on documenting these wherever I find them and keeping updates on the fate of some of the ones from the book.


Views of Cincinnati:

An often photographed subject: the Cincinnati skyline. This project was an attempt to seek it out and view it in different ways.


Urban Exploration:

Since the beginning in 2007, QC/D has featured a lot of stories about urban exploration: the documentation of abandoned places. From forgotten amusement parks to unused subway tunnels to ghost ships - stories from all across adventures in the midwest and elsewhere


Articles:

Stories of history, people, places, and anything else over the years ranging from at home in Cincinnati to the places I go.


Road Trips and Travel:

Stories made while on the road, traveling by car, train, and the occasional flight. 


Frames:

Typically quick photo updates with short reflections that don't always fit into other series.

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