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From Lake Erie to Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cleveland is a unique city in many regards. One of the exceptional resources it has to offer is the towpath, a network of biking and hiking trails that connect the city to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and beyond. These are plein air paintings made along this stretch of land.

Sunset from Perkins Beach at Edgewater Park.
One of several willow trees along the coast at Edgewater.
A colony of gulls on a rainy day at Edgewater.
The Cuyahoga River on a snowy day.
The Columbus Bridge at night.
Scanton Flats at night.
Scranton Flats
From Scranton Flats toward Tremont
From Scranton Flats toward Tremont
Looking downtown from Tremont.
The river and towpath at Rockside Rd, Lock 39.
Alongside Canal Rd.
Morning light over Oxbow Orchard
Sunrise at Oxbow Orchard
A footbridge near Brecksville Station.
The towpath north of Brecksville Station.
A turn in the river near the Ira Trailhead
The towpath near Ira Trailhead
Waterlillies at Beaver Marsh

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