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Cleveland, Ohio - Murray Hill / Little Italy (friggin' broadband recommended)

Dan

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Yo! I just took the pictures yesterday night. See the Cyburbia Gallery for larger versions and even more images. You got a problem wit' that?











































































































 

nerudite

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Wow... the first half dozen photos or so look A LOT like the residential areas in downtown Vancouver, WA. Trippy!
 

NHPlanner

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My first reaction (besides them being nice pics):

Damn...that's a lot of overhead utilities! ;-)
 

jresta

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nice. haven't been to clevo since '96.

the beginning pics remind me of the Chambersburg section of Trenton, NJ.
 

Dan

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Big Easy King said:
Dan, I noticed that a few photos depict sidewalk cafes. Is Cleveland loaded with them?

They're not common, from what I've seen. They're everywhere in Little Italy, though.
 

Rem

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Why didn't you photograph Decaturhwak actually drawing the recumbant on the community balckboard? ;-)

Good pics. I think juxtaposing the modern appartment (residentail flat building) with the street setback of about 3 metres with the older buildings with zero setbacks shows how much a waste of space the setback can be in some places.

The two storey downtown looks to have a lot of vitality. We tend to think multi-storey to get that level of activity.
 
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