It’s been over a week since I spent the day in Downtown Cincinnati for the Reds Baseball Opening Day celebration, but I have a few more photos I’d like to share with you. I’m always on the lookout for creative and/or artistic photographic opportunities and I think this staircase fits that description.
Have you ever gone to an all day party? That’s what the Reds Baseball Opening Day festivities is and more! It started with the Findlay Market Parade that I shared with you yesterday and then my friends and I made our way by foot to The Banks, which is, according to their website, “An 18-acre development on the Ohio River between Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium. This vibrant project is transforming downtown Cincinnati by creating a place for everyone to experience and enjoy.” There are cool bars and restaurants and outdoor urban gardens, etc. Some of Monday was a blur, because we were going from place to place pretty quickly, so I don’t know the name of everywhere we went. For example, this place below.
But, I loved the girl, her style and the lips on the wall. Looks like they still need to paint the wooden structure…
I’ve never attended the Findlay MarketParade or festivities for the Reds Baseball Opening Day in Cincinnati…up until Monday! It was tons of fun! The parade winds around Downtown. We were at Fountain Square, where there were booths, music, food and drink! I went with a few girlfriends and wanted to share some of our fun with you. It wasn’t rainy…this photo is of a cool water feature in the Banks area of Downtown Cincinnati.