Where Cautious Meets Curious- Downtown Cincinnati by Tony Wilder

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This little guy was afraid to approach the horses lined up on Vine Street Downtown Cincinnati on Mothers Day. The horses were very big and a bit overwhelming for him.

Most of my photos are of my surroundings in Ohio or Kentucky. Enjoy and thanks for stopping in to see my work!

You can contact me at virtualdiablo@cinci.rr.com

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  • Lisa  Jewell
    Lisa Jewellover 4 years ago

    a great capture he does look overshadowed by those carriages and horses…

  • Yes, he was so timid and cute standing there so unsure but wanting to touch the horses. Thanks for the kind words!

    – Tony Wilder

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darover 4 years ago

    nice shot

  • Thanks Bobby for taking the time to look and comment!

    – Tony Wilder

  • galaticos
    galaticosover 4 years ago

    Wow man, I like this shot

  • Thank you! I’m sorry I missed your comment. I appreciate it.

    – Tony Wilder

  • lcretyi
    lcretyiover 4 years ago

    Tony another thing I have beeb wanting to get, wow I Love this..Laura

  • Glad you like it. I go on Sunday’s some because I like to get the photos of the beautiful carriages. Thanks!

    – Tony Wilder

  • rubyjo
    rubyjoover 4 years ago

    ah how cute- and thise carriages add such a genteel feel to the city street. SC works so well with this too.

  • Rubyjo, thanks for noticing the SC. I wanted him to stand out with all that was going on. I think it toned down the action around him. Thank you for the kind comment!

    – Tony Wilder

  • lcretyi
    lcretyiabout 4 years ago

    Tony, Great Feature In The Ohio Photographers Group, I Love This

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