The W.P. Snyder at sunset, along the banks of the Muskingum River Beautifully captured by @cabindreamer76! We love seeing your photos across the Mid-Ohio Valley, use #livelovemov to share! #livelovemov #mariettaohio #mymarietta #midohiovalley #myohioadventure #ohioexplored #ohiogram #sunset #visitmariettaoh
This photo was taken from the curb of Steubenville City Hall at Third and Market Street. In this image Market Street bridge is featured leading over the Ohio river from Steubenville, Ohio to Follansbee, West Virginia. This was not the original angle that I had intended to capture, but it ended up being my favorite! I love love love how this turned out! I had forgotten my tripod, which was my only regret. I probably could have captured better focus and could have prepared the shot better had…
These Awe-Inspiring Photos Will Remind You How Lucky You Are To Live In Kentucky
Now I haven't seen sunsets from every corner of the world, but I'm willing to bet that Kentucky has some of the best. This serene evening was captured in southern Henderson County, along the Ohio River.
What These 12 Kentucky Photographers Captured Will Blow You Away
Louisville Flood Victims ● African-American flood victims line up to get food and clothing from a Red Cross relief station in front of billboard ironically extolling The American Way in January (Margaret Bourke-White/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Ohio-born photographer Albert Ewing traveled the countryside at the turn of the 20th century and captured the daily lives of those who lived and worked in southeast Ohio and central West Virginia and along the Ohio River. Opening Jan. 9, 2013, at the Ohio History Center in Columbus, Faces of Appalachia: Photographs by Albert J. Ewing, is the first exhibit of his work.