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Here's a great collection of Pennsylvania and surrounding area landmarks to visit for both locals and visitors alike!

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Deer Park's Days in the Park Fireworks 2016
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2016 Days In The Park
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We were at VOA Park today checking out the 2016 Hayfield Classic Lacrosse Tournament.
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6/11/16
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A couple of photos from one of our D5 adult recreational ice hockey games which +NRCW PIX​ president +Drew Eppley​ also goaltends for at Indian Hill Winter Club in Camp Dennison, OH. A beautiful facility and cool staff too!
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Indian Hill Winter Club
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In case it was too cloudy or you couldn't stay up too late, here's a few original photos and video captures from last night's super moon lunar eclipse by +Drew Eppley​
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Supermoon Eclipse
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As always it's been an honor to be a part of this great fundraiser for so many years!
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Paxton's Grill Golf Outing 2015
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The Great Circle Earthworks
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The Newark Earthworks in Newark and Heath, Ohio, consists of three sections of preserved earthworks: the Great Circle Earthworks, the Octagon Earthworks, and the Wright Earthworks. This complex, built by the Hopewell culture between 250 AD and 500 AD, contains the largest earthen enclosures in the world, being about 3,000 acres in extent. Today, the preserved site covers 206 acres, and is operated as a state park by the Ohio Historical Society. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark. In 2006, Newark Earthworks was also designated as the "official prehistoric monument of the State of Ohio."
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Newark Earthworks
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Today we ventured to the abandoned PA Turnpike, including the former Cove Valley Travel Plaza. The Sideling Hill Tunnel is one of three original Pennsylvania Turnpike tunnels abandoned after highway realignment projects because it was less expensive to realign the Turnpike than to bore a second tube for four lane traffic. Sideling Hill Tunnel closed November 26, 1968. It is 6,782 feet (nearly 1.29 miles) long and was the longest of the original tunnels on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. We walked to the midpoint and returned this particular trip due to no bicycles and time constraints but would gladly make a full day-trip out of this place if anyone is interested. There are signs of deterioration so don't hesitate to check this out if you're in the area while it's open to the public (the control towers are officially off-limits and unsafe now in 2015).
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Sideling Hill Tunnel - PA Turnpike
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In partnership with our +NRCW TV​ subsidiary are always happy to go the extra step to help out local NPOs capturing the moment.

Here's a clip we did in between still photography at this year's +Paxton's Grill+CancerFree KIDS​ Golf Outing Tee Off For A Cure Fundraiser.

It's been a great honor to be the official photography partner of this event since 2010 and always uplifting to hear stories like Shayna's.
Shayna Flannery of Cancer Free Kids at the Tee Off For A Cure - Paxton's Grill Golf Outing 2015
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