Afternoon by the Lagoon

David suggested we drive over today to Wade Oval and the Wade Lagoon by the Cleveland Museum of Art. It’s a beautiful spot in Cleveland’s University Circle that I have visited many times during and since my childhood..

The weather today was sunny and reasonably warm in the upper 50s (maybe even lower 60s). A few trees were blooming, but it’s a bit early.

We walked around for a while and just enjoyed a simple Spring afternoon by the lagoon.

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Cleveland’s famous ‘Oil Can Church,’ which is today the University Circle United Methodist Church (Church in the Circle).
The Thinker‘ statue outside the art museum, seen from a distance.
‘The Thinker’ up close. The statue was vandalized by a bomber in March 1970

The Lagoon is home to huge goldfish, ducks and geese.

Ducks & Geese

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One thought on “Afternoon by the Lagoon

  1. Nice, Bob. I especially remember The Thinker from so many visits to the museum.

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