The first kiss is something to remember. “A first kiss at the end of your wedding ceremony is a totally singular moment in your life. You’ve probably never really kissed in front of an eager crowd before, and it is also such a symbolic beginning of a married life,” said wedding photographer Becca Dilley of Minneapolis-based Becca Dilley Photography.
The architectural marvel at the centerpiece of downtown Canton is now the centerpiece of a downtown art exhibition. “Justice & Architecture,” opening June 2 at the Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography at 520 Cleveland Avenue NW, celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Stark County Courthouse.
A 5-foot in diameter storm water drainage pipe provided the perfect setting for a photo that’s titled simply “Power.” It’s the work of 32-year-old Mandy Altimus Pond, who has been shooting digital photographic art seriously for the past five years.
It’s that time of year again, when everyone is excited about New Year’s resolutions, myself included. Unlike the usual weight loss, fitness and health resolutions that most people make when the ball drops, I’m making resolutions to live in the moment.
It is no coincidence that aerial views reveal the monument as a sword. Harold Van Buren Magonigle of New York City was chosen as the designer of the monument from more than 60 submitted designs. Construction on the monument started in 1905, and it was dedicated in 1907.