Frank Cramer from ProudDad72 Photography shared this photo back in July of 2016 after the Republican National Convention wrapped up. He had this to say: “This picture was taken around midnight last night. Thursday late night/Friday early morning. I’m so glad Cleveland stayed Awesome for the RNC convention. To all those who thought our city would be crazy and/or destroyed. Cleveland is still shining nice tonight. I was down there every night, what a really cool and different experience #RNC #CLEVELANDRNC #CLEVE”
In an effort to not be so sports centric here on the site I wanted to break out something a little different. Ran across this incredible shot on my hard drive this evening and just had to share. Originally posted to Twitter by Twitter user @seanskisez I don’t even have the words to describe the beauty captured here:
The recent events in Dallas are simply horrible. I won’t go into the details. Here’s a simply amazing photo by Frank Cramer of ProudDad72 Photography. Frank had this to say: “Cleveland showing its support for the officers and families in Dallas Texas letting them know we all have them in our hearts and minds!”
I saw this photo float across one of my timelines quite some time ago and I saved it on my hard drive to be posted. Photo credit to professional Cleveland photographer Mike Vielhaber who you can find on Instagram at instagram.com/mvielhaber/
When you’re a Cleveland fan, a true Cleveland fan, sometimes the city will take your breath away. We’re lucky to live in a day and age when everyone has a cell phone and all of our cell phones have cameras. This allows us to capture those moments.
Instagram / Twitter user @seankisez managed to do just that when he snapped this shot: “Late night at the #office. At least there is a #view. #downtown #cle #sunset”
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Key Tower is the 22nd-tallest in the United States and the 122nd-tallest in the world. The building reaches 57 stories or 947 feet to the top of its spire, and it is visible from up to 20 miles away. The tower contains about 1.5 million square feet of office space.
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