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Going to the River - Left of Center Photography - Northeast Ohio Weddings and PortraitsLeft of Center Photography – Northeast Ohio Weddings and Portraits

Going to the River - Left of Center Photography - Northeast Ohio Weddings and PortraitsLeft of Center Photography – Northeast Ohio Weddings and Portraits

Looking northwest at Lincoln Center.  From left:  The Metropolitan Opera, people at the fountain, Avery Fisher Hall.

Looking northwest at Lincoln Center. From left: The Metropolitan Opera, people at the fountain, Avery Fisher Hall.

The Sock Hop got it's name from the school dances that were held in the school gym. Shoes were not allowed on the gym floor.

The Sock Hop got it's name from the school dances that were held in the school gym. Shoes were not allowed on the gym floor.

Native american drum circle...the circle creates a circular vibration and connects us to our heart and the heart of the Earth Mother.

Native american drum circle...the circle creates a circular vibration and connects us to our heart and the heart of the Earth Mother.

Oh my word!!  This has got to be one of my FAVORITE engagement pictures.  I love the theatre and my heart skipped a beat when I saw my neice, Morgan Trinker, got to do a photo session at a theatre in Memphis.  The couple rented the theatre out for this session.....AMAZING!

Oh my word!! This has got to be one of my FAVORITE engagement pictures. I love the theatre and my heart skipped a beat when I saw my neice, Morgan Trinker, got to do a photo session at a theatre in Memphis. The couple rented the theatre out for this session.....AMAZING!

Dancers from the Dublin Dance Center strike some dramatic poses for photographer Michelle Uzomba, 18, right, and her assistant, Ayshea Grant, 18, in the Topiary Garden in the Old Deaf School Park. The young women, members of the junior intensive ballet troupe, were having group and individual photos taken on Wednesday. From left are Emma Roscoe, 17, Elizabeth McGovern, 15, Natalie Gillespie, 16, Madison Ackerman, 17, Jaclynne Routzong, 19, Sydney Hudock, 16, and Sydney Brannan, 16.

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Dancers from the Dublin Dance Center strike some dramatic poses for photographer Michelle Uzomba, 18, right, and her assistant, Ayshea Grant, 18, in the Topiary Garden in the Old Deaf School Park. The young women, members of the junior intensive ballet troupe, were having group and individual photos taken on Wednesday. From left are Emma Roscoe, 17, Elizabeth McGovern, 15, Natalie Gillespie, 16, Madison Ackerman, 17, Jaclynne Routzong, 19, Sydney Hudock, 16, and Sydney Brannan, 16.

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