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Photography in Columbus

Erie, Pennsylvania
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Photography in Columbus

I am an amateur photographer planning a two day trip to Columbus in July. Main interest is the Franklin Park Conservatory and possibly the Zoo. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Thanks!

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Columbus, Ohio
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1. Re: Photography in Columbus

There’s a bald eagle nest near Grandview that’s very popular with wildlife photographers. You’ll see lots of people with cameras in the parking lot across Dublin Rd from the Camp Bow Wow Doggie Daycare.

Other spots that might be worth visiting; Topiary Park downtown, Park of Roses in Clintonville.

Can get good skyline shots from Northbank Park, also the bridges across the Scioto, and Genoa Park across the river in front of COSI.

cincinnati, ohio
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2. Re: Photography in Columbus

The Statehouse grounds have some interesting angles.

Ohio Village at the Ohio Historical Society at the Fairgrounds.

Downtown riverfront.

Ohio
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3. Re: Photography in Columbus

If its hot or rainy... inside the state house makes some nice shots too.

Columbus, Ohio
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4. Re: Photography in Columbus

Jeffrey Mansion in Bexley and the Scioto Mile

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5. Re: Photography in Columbus

Great suggestions. Thanks! Coming tomorrow!

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