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Articles by Aaron Zaremsky :: Page 2

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Earth

    A miasma of deep green makes the forest breathe and come alive. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In honor of Earth Week, I have captured some images of the vibrant forest and earthen terrain of the Glen. I hope these images evoke a sense of power and give an impression of the reverence I have for the natural spaces in our area.

  • Aaron’s Lens – After a storm

    A stormy reflection (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    After a brief downpour last week, stormy pools reflected a wonderful world.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Easter’s Eggs


    I went on my own Easter Egg hunt this Sunday, looking for whatever I could find downtown. Here are the results of my search.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Books

    A bookshelf filled with knowledge (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Perhaps an odd choice for a photo series; nonetheless, the visual image of a set of books ignites the imagination like few other things.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Season’s Buddings

    Budding Tulips struggle to push through the underbrush (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Snowdrops and crocuses are today’s choice of image. Spring is a season of new beginnings, and the budding flowers that have begun to pop up can be seen as the official end of Winter and the start of a new cycle.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Spring Mural

    An elaborate chalk mural outside The Spirited Goat (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Winter is fading, and the freedom of Spring temperatures gives rise to numerous outdoor activities, such as crafting sidewalk chalk murals.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Silent Protest

    (From left to right) Katie Egart, Terry Snyder, MJ Gentile, Dorothy Smith, and Sandy King stand silently by a banner near the aisle where John Crawford was shot. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In the same vein as the last post, here are images from a silent protest some village meditators held to mourn the death of John Crawford. Their intent was to hold the space for love, healing, and justice.

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Power of Protest

    G Scott Jones stands defiantly (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    I would like to showcase some images of protests in recent weeks over the death of John Crawford.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Ice

    A frozen cascade in the Glen (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Lethal temperatures are rarely anything to celebrate, but when things freeze solid in a natural setting the photographic results can be wonderful.

  • Write to life


    Last Friday 89 people, including many villagers, showed up at the Dayton Federal Building to demand justice for John Crawford, who was shot by police in August.