Monday, November 28, 2005

Some of the best views of Cleveland

• Cedar and Coventry in Cleveland Heights, just before you descend to Fairmount

• Harborside Drive in Edgewater, particularly from the backyard of a recently renovated large white stucco home

• The bedroom of a home on Chestnut Hills Drive in Cleveland Heights

• University Circle from the eight floor of Judson Manor

• East and West views of downtown from the Shoreway

What are your favorite (and lesser known) views of Cleveland?

5 comments:

Jill said...

From Lake Erie! Summer evening, after a boat race, looking back at the shoreline, sun setting in the West. Simply gorgeous. Some of my favorite photos too.

I'm fortunate enough to have a friend whose parents (father deceased sadly last year) lived on Chestnut Hill. What an amazing backyard view.

My kids love looking north when we're on the Valley View bridge on 480West and see the BP building where my hubby works. When they were little, I'd say, can you see Daddy? He'd have to have a pretty big head!

Lori said...

The skyline across the water from Mom's sunroom in Avon Lake.

The view from the top of the hill on Harvard between Richmond and Green.

Scott said...

From the lookout area of the Garfield Mounument in Lakeview Cemetery.

Driving north on State Road in Seven Hills

Driving West on I90 at West 65th street

Wendy Hoke said...

Thanks, everyone! I forgot to mention the view from Huntington Beach at nighttime after an Indians' victory. The fireworks from that vantage are spectacular over the city skyline.

Adam Harvey said...

Clark Avenue over the interstate and University Road on the ridge of Tremont