Just two more photos from last weekend in Cincinnati, though to be precise, I took both from Kentucky. I love repurposed obsolete infrastructure, like the New York Highline and the coming Bloomingdale Trail. In Cincinnati, they have the Purple People Bridge, which one imagines used to rain soot and cinders down on what has become, since the bridge was built in 1999, a beautiful riverfront.
Here's the bridge from the Newport, Ky., side:
Closer to Ohio—Kentucky owns the entire river, almost up to the bank—you get this view:
I'll have to go back there, as long as I can explore the city and not the depressing exurbs to the north.