[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever]
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Columbus, Ohio, that is, not Cristoforo Colombo. I am visiting here.
Although I grew up in the Middle Atlantic U.S. states one can forget, living in semi-arid Colorado, how green it is. The trees seem about to burst with the abundance of chlorophyll contained therein this spring.
I went to Highbanks Metro Park for a walk one day. I took pictures.
I call this one Turbine Stump:
Fortunately I don’t think it is this bad:
Words of wisdom are left on donated benches:
One hundred ninety-eight year-old gravestones from the area have been transported and fenced in a private area. This was disappearing frontier in those days. Ohio became a state in 1803. Who had the steady business of stone carver? Hmm.
In addition to chlorophyll, this is why it’s so green: