I feel as if I would love these people for the odd yet lovable characters
they are just by their blessed front yard decor.
Dayton is full of characters who could easily line
the pages of great novels with their quirky eccentricity.
a.k.a. "Crackhead Phil" or "The Muffin Man" has
been spotted by this photographer hanging
around the upper Salem Ave.
area recently around Catalpa and Fairview.
in the fantastically grandiose Dayton View neighborhood
of Dayton is spectacular to behold.
been restored and turned into apartments for the elderly.
Salem and Harvard I do believe deserves a visit. I feel as if
I would love to photograph the inside of this beautiful house
of worship. Where, oh where have architects with pride gone?
street in the Dayton View area is like taking
a trip in time back to a beautiful day when trees,
architecture and ambiance mattered.
is the latest in a long line of businesses to inhabit
the drug store overabundance of the 1990s.
Five Oaks and Forest Ave. in Dayton.
Salem Ave just across the street from the 5th District
Police headquarters. Any reviews are always welcome here.
the beauty supply stores come into focus.
a commercial for, I think it would be the famous
Gold 4 Ya' Mouth store. This is the North Main Store.
take a picture of this beauty of a home that he restored
on Ridge Ave. Well, it's still beautiful.
He was the owner of the Uloho's on North Main. May he rest in peace.
The sight of Tank and his big bus taking a load
of customers to the Dayton Dragon's game from
Tank's Bar and Grill on Wayne Ave.
next to the UDF store was a victim of fire.
men to bring America back to greatness. Near the old
Hillside Tavern near Phillips and Wyoming.
a place that does good. Bluebook Daycare.
pieces of graffiti. This was taken just off
an alley off of Wyoming Street.
construction zone. This picture was taken off of
U.S. 35. This was the Steve Whalen exit just a few weeks
ago. This is now all paved and taking traffic.