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Livin' in the Cin


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Iconic imagery and history through photos

The Mission - Photograph one or more things, places, people, etc. that represent the challenge word given and show off reasons you are excited to live in Cincinnati USA.
Challenge Words - water, happy, colorful, energy and history


Tyler Davidson Fountain

The iconic Tyler Davidson Fountain. Center of the city. And you can drink the water from the lower fountains!


Cincinnati skyline from Mt. Echo Park

From any view (this one is from Mt. Echo Park), the Cincinnati skyline always makes me smile!


Fountain with colorful lights at The Banks

This fountain at Smale Riverfront Park is lit up in a rainbow of colors.


Cincinnati Gas & Electric building

I took this one a bit literal, but I love the architecture of the now Duke Energy building at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets.


Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal - home of the Cincinnati History Library and Archives, it is also one of my inspirations for Digging Cincinnati History as it is one of my favorite buildings in the city.

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Ann Senefeld

Ann Senefeld |

Ann Senefeld is a Cincinnati native who shares her passion for her hometown and its wonderful history through her blog, Digging Cincinnati History.

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