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CabinCabinThis 200+ year old, recently moved and restored, cabin located in Shade, Ohio has a rich history entwined with the American Indian War and Underground Railroad. Originally situated near Cutler, Ohio, the cabin was near the Big Bottom Massacre of 1791. Several years ago, the cabin was purchased by Shade residents Lyle and Suzanne Wolding in order to restore and move onto their property. During restoration, a shipping lid was discovered that bore the name and address of the First appointed Postmaster of what is now Noble County. On the other side of the lid was another name, the same as the alleged inspiration for the main character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's fiction novel Uncle Tom's Cabin. Also, many locals allege that George Washington stayed in the cabin incognito while his friends who owned the Ohio Land Company of Associates were purchasing land in the Ohio Valley. It was on this land that the Ohio University would ultimately be located. ©2014 Nick Bolin www.NickBolin.com Marching 110Marching 110The Ohio University Marching 110, under the direction of Jeremy Harmon, graduate assistant director perform to a packed house at the Ohio Theater, Columbus Ohio. ©2014 Nick Bolin www.NickBolin.com
Athens High School BaseballAthens High School BaseballAn Athens High School baseball players glove and batting helmet sit on the bench as the team huddles between innings.
The Flaming LipsThe Flaming LipsThe Flaming Lips lead singer, Wayne Coyne, performs at The Nesonville Music Festival during their head lining set. ©2015 Nick Bolin www.NickBolin.com Marching 110Marching 110John Rodesh reminds members of the Ohio University's Marching 110 to make this performance the best ever!
Construction of Field HouseConstruction of Field HouseDavid Stanton, project superintendent for Turner Construction Company shows Nick Sparks, an Ohio University engineering student, the electrical plans for the Walter Fieldhouse site Thursday morning. Nick, a junior at OU is getting hands on training in all areas of the job site, 11/7/13. ©Nick Bolin EuphoniumEuphoniumThe valves on the euphonium named "Frank" named so sure to his mismatched parts and pieces.
Leather smithLeather smithBryn has been working with leather for over 5 years. Before that he loved to draw and paint but recently he got into medieval reenactment. Most of the clothing accessories he wanted couldn't be bought so he learned to make it out of leather. Over time his designs have gotten more intricate. Bryn and his partner Gale are from Wales but travel around Scotland to meet new people and sell their work. ©2015 Nick Bolin www.NickBolin.com Kelpie,  Falkirk ScotlandKelpie, Falkirk ScotlandThe Kelpies are 30-metre high horse-head sculptures, standing next to a new extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal, and near River Carron, in The Helix, a new parkland project built to connect 16 communities in the Falkirk Council Area, Scotland. The sculptures were designed by sculptor Andy Scott and were completed in October 2013. The sculptures form a gateway at the eastern entrance to the Forth and Clyde canal, and the new canal extension built as part of The Helix land transformation project. The Kelpies are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland. The sculptures opened to the public in April 2014. As part of the project, they will have their own visitor centre, and sit beside a newly developed canal turning pool and extension. This canal extension reconnects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the River Forth, and improves navigation between the East and West of Scotland.