An Infrequent Blog
Samples of my daily wanderings
Farmer at the Braun Farm at Cooper Rd. and Cleveland Ave. rakes hay before trying to complete baling before another series of storms brings rain to the fields further complicating the harvest.
The Holmes Hotel in Uptown Westerville on a cloudy, rainy day. An iPhone photo massaged with multiple apps for this grungy, vintage look.
This fisherman’s companion checks the location of the dock as they approach the landing after leaving Hoover reservoir during a heavy rainstorm.
A historical marker and headstone point out the location for Revolutionary War soldier John Williams in Copeland Cemetery on the eastern shore of Hoover Reservoir.
Tiny dancer watches from the front of the audience. My favorite photo from today’s Generations PAC rehearsals. Always love to shoot these young athletes learning to dance, meet lifelong friends, and the benefits of theater performance. Thanks to Generations for letting me hang around.
Boring crews drill for core samples in the lowland between Cooper Road and Alum Creek for possible construction of apartments and mixed use development.
This area and the fields bordering the Braun Farm barn on Cleveland Ave. are under discussion for development, perhaps as another medical complex with a senior rehabilitation center as its anchor.
One of my photos from today’s Uptown Westerville Farmers Market. Their were onions and garlic galore, fresh first of the season green beans, and good times.
Also in this post is construction of a new sidewalk in front of the Church of the Messiah and a video shoot for a possible John Kasich presidential campaign.
Photo Gallery of first view of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church’s new Muller pipe organ after inaugural concert by Paul Thornbock.
Gary Gardiner - Photographer
Retired news photographer who spent more than 40 years with The Associated Press, the Ft. Lauderdale News, and the Orlando Sentinel. Continuing to shoot every day.
Some days are much better than others but for a typical news photographer’s feature hunt there is no better illustration than what I shot yesterday.
All that is missing from a normal day is an assignment to shoot a portrait and a spot news event.
This is what I did for 45 years. And, some of which I continue to do today.
Just returned from a road trip to Florida where we celebrated the life of Tim Adams, my brother-in-law who died too young at 63.
Recently retired after teaching school and coaching for 39 years, Tim was praised and mourned by more than 400 people who attended services at the First Baptist church in Gainesville.
How I keep myself busy
More samples of my work in other places
My Final Photo
If I died in my sleep this was it.
A photo a day since Nov. 15, 2004.
The Gardiner Gallery
The Gardiner Gallery inside Java Central displays the photographs of Westerville Photographer Gary Gardiner.
Photography of Westerville OH by Gary Gardiner
EyePush Office Galleries
EyePush Office Galleries helps business owners create a comfortable environment for customers by providing a library of framed photos to decorate office walls.
The only monthly photo magazine in Westerville.
Ohio Stock Photos
Ohio Stock Photos is a division of Phrog Publishing that distributes some of the best stock, photography representing the Midwestern values of Ohio.
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