Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Reeb's


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That street sign pisses me off. I've shot this place poorly so many times, and this looked like I'd finally gotten it right ... then I noticed the street sign.

Back to the drawing board, I guess.

Columbus, Ohio

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8 comments:

Davy H said...

Ah, there's always an ugly streetsign poking in to the otherwise lovely vista of our lives, don't you think? x

bomobob said...

Nah, the street sign works. It's all part of the location, the sense of place. And Champion is such a good name for a street.

Davy H said...

There is truth in this.

Dane said...

Thank you, gentlemen. I feel a little better.

ralph said...

Love this shot. I drove by here last week when I was in town and took note, but didn't take a photo. Columbus is such an interesting place; I wish I'd been in more of a photo-taking mood when I was there.

pinkiestyle said...

i could see us sitting here having breakfast before a photo outing.

such a great shot. did you ever visit the original resch's on the opposite corner?

Dane said...

Thanks, Ralph! Columbus is interesting? I don't hear that often.

It's just too bad we can't ever have a breakfast here, Angie. Npe, I don't think I even knew that the original Resch's was there! Which corner?

halfhearteddude said...

Oh, the street sign is excellent. It might not have worked as well with another street name, but a boarded up, run-down restaurant building on Champion... great piece of irony. Better still if the sign said Skid Row, but I don't think that is a very common streetname.

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