Living in England you take it for granted that ninety percent of the time you cannot see the horizon.  We are surrounded by buildings, trees, mountains (if we’re lucky!), road signs, walls, traffic cones, statues, fences, vehicles and all other manner of obstructions good and bad.  The most remarkable thing about the landscape of Ohio is how unremarkable it is.  It is flatter than the breakfast pancakes, which in their own way resemble the highest peaks in England.  But to say that Ohio say it didn’t have its own charm would be to miss the point.  Ohio is a land of monumental skies, in fact on a clear day, if you look hard into the distance you can see the back of your own head!  If you get closer you may find a tasty corn on the cob.




Taken September 2013.

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