May got busy…really busy. Between the Northeast Ohio Meetup from APUG to going to Chicago, I’ve had zero time to do any sort of processing, but with a bit of a lull I’ve been pushing myself to work through my backlog. So expect some rapid fire posts for Weeks 20, 21, and 22.
But first, Week 20, the Tremont neighborhood in Cleveland. I was on my way to the NEOH APUG meetup at John Power’s place and decided to swing through Cleveland and hit up the Aperture Photography store in the historic Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland on my way in. Sadly the store was closed by the time I got there, so I decided instead to take a walk along Scranton Rd, and just shoot what I saw. Tremont is the oldest neighborhood in the city, my photos sadly don’t do the place justice, but I didn’t want to wander too far from where I could make it back to my car. So I basically walked down the street from where my car was parked, to a church then back up again. But seriously, if you find yourself in Cleveland hit up the store, and wander around. If you’re a beer snob like me, the Tremont Taphouse has an amazing selection on tap!