What I’ll Miss about Ohio

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Things are moving along pretty fast these days here in NE Ohio. Movers have been arranged, boxes being collected etc. We are off to Oregon on about 7/15 and really looking forward to getting back west. I will miss a lot here in Ohio. The folks I’ve had the privilege to meet are primary. Theres lots of photographic material found here, that is really unique as well. I can only encourage the photographers that live here to get out and explore and look around. You will never get bored.

On a recent excursion last month down to Holmes County, the home of the largest Amish population in one area in the country ( I think?) my good friend Tom Schwerin and I stopped to look at something you just don’t see  too often. Not only was there one horse drawn plow, but a father and Son working the land.We immediately made the most and captured similar images, all the while not even communicating with each other a whole lot.

I’ll try and post s few more before I leave.  I know that Oregon will offer new challenges, but I’ll miss this place.

JG

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4 thoughts on “What I’ll Miss about Ohio”

  1. Hey Jack, nice image! Got a call from Randy Z. and had a nice talk. I’ll bet your really busy getting ready for the big trip.

  2. Jack, I’ll be out the Oregon to see ya – frequently. Count on it! And you need to come back now and then too. That’s what they have airplanes for (besides contrail patterns).

  3. Hi Jack,

    Your right Ohio is a beautiful place. Your images are a inspiration
    for me to get out and see the place I have lived all my life.
    Have a safe trip.

    Mark

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