When Jill flew back from Palo Alto last month, she flew into Cleveland and I went down and picked up her up from the airport and then we spent a pleasant couple of (half-)days at the Art Museum there. The main exhibition, the main reason for the excursion, was to see Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse. The museum was expanded a few years back and has lots of fine galleries to explore, and staying nearby at the Glidden House, we were able to make a number of visits.
On the way down to Cleveland, I had time to take a detour and explore some more of the Huron River and look for more photographs for my Intersections project. I stopped at the Oakwood Metropark, the Lake Erie Metropark (which has nothing to do with the Huron, but I like this view across Lake Erie) and Labo Park.
At either end of the day in Cleveland (my start of day, 10am, not 6am) I went out walking around the Cultural District on my own, taking photographs. This photograph into the grounds of the Botanical Garden reminded me of my recent experiment with experiment from a month ago, leaving the tripod behind and just going out with one lens. Once again, it was liberating to be able to move around so freely, quickly, to try lots of things, t make the most of the opportunity of a brief visit.