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Oops, that was long time,no see
Still looking for Australia shots....if you are ever in Cincinnati, look us up.long tome, no see.
I'm interested in purchasing a few prints from your Pittsburgh imagery. Would you please email me to talk about pricing?
Do you have any photography from the Short North Columbus, Ohio area? I am looking to purchase some local photography of my neighborhood. Please e-mail if you have any thoughts or prints.
Kyle, the scenery in Alaska is awesome, you might even meet a cousin there are a Lot of Blankenships in Alaska.
I can't believe. You have to so many locations to take pictures .Why not Australia???
I can't believe you have been so many places to take pictures. Why not try Australia next!
Hi Kyle, I had a neighbor kid in Westminster CA. named Klye Blankenship. His parents were Tom and Dianna. Would love to talk to Dianna. Would this be your parents?
Great Work!!!! Beautiful Insight!
Yours seems to be one of the few sites that represents a collection of current pictures of Dayton on the net. I used to live North of Dayton (my family still does). I would suggest that you try to add some shots of the original Wright Aircraft Company factories. Few people know that they still exist (I hope that they do). They were located inside INLAND's plant on West Third Street. You should be able to get permission to enter and take pictures of the old buildings. They form a part of INLAND's Logo.
Thank you for your work.
S. Douglas Collins
Kyle Lindsey Blankenship
Nice photos! Nice to know I have a long lost cousin with talent...I recently traced my ancestry back to VA. Some of that bunch found their way to Kentucky, then TN, then Arkansas. Were you named after anyone?
I remember a Kyle Blankenship from when I was on a band trip. I beleive is was Chariton Iowa or Knoxville, Iowa. Your name has recently come to mind and I like to go on instinct so here it goes. Let me know if I am way off base. I was a majorette for Osceola, Iowa. I don't know why the name has come so stronly to me but it has. There are many Kyle Blankenships out there and I hope I can find the right one. You can never have to many friends. My e-mail is LeannaRoss67@gmail.com or 515-778-9069. If i am wrong; thank you for your time.
This morning I got it into me to look for some pictures of Napoleon, where I went to school back in the late '50s. Lo and behold, I found your site, and what a treat! When I was a kid living there I didn't pay too much attention to all the wonderful architecture, except for the Court House, of course. It's so nice to see how beautifully kept the city is, and the lovely street lighting makes such a nice accent, too. Thank you for this trip back into history! John Huston (Melbourne, Australia) 20 Dec 07
Can I just say that you're awesome?
What a beautiful collection of galleries! I'm 63 and my sister and I are visiting the county seats and taking pictures of the county courthouses. I like your idea better. Take pictures of the whole town. Did you spend a whole day in each town? It must have taken quite a while to do the whole collection! Thanks for sharing!!
Pat from Wadsworth, Ohio
Hello My name is Ken Blankenship & I have a son Kyle who is 10ys old
Kyle, great pictures. Beautiful. Do you mind if I put one of those on my website (I'd credit you of course). Thanks.
Kyle, this might sound like a strange question but did you ever live in Ogallala Ne anytime in your life.
I grew up in Dayton and lived in Marion,Ohio for 7 years. Both Marion and Dayton shots were simply womderful. Excellent job.
Nice work,I'm putting this on my favorites list
I really like your Dayton shots. I grew up in Dayton..moved away a few years ago.. and it was nice to see how little things have changed.
I lived in the OTR of Cincinnati from the early 40's until 68. The city has changed so much. Your photo's were really great to see. You did a great job. I hope someone will go into OTR and take some pictures of street corners that were busy areas a long time ago. It would also be fun to see some of the old buildings that go back to the 1800's. Many thanks for posting your work.
I've been looking all over the Web for skyline shots of Erie. City architecture is interesting to study. Thanks for posting your pictures.
I lived in the Akron area all of my life until I moved to St Louis 4 years ago. These were nice to see. Thanks
This really neat--do Xenia sometime
Very nice Kyle.