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Welcome to iWesterville

Stories, Photos, Videos, and Postcards of Westerville, Ohio
Created and collected by local photographer Gary Gardiner.

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The Photos of iWesterville

  • Highlands Park Wetlands in spring
    Highlands Wetlands welcomes spring and visitors
    April 2, 2015
    Warm spring at the wetlands Early spring brings warmth and longer days for visitors to Westerville's Parks. Among the favorite paths for many families is the section of walkway and bike path around the renewed wetlands at Highlands Park where these travelers find high water from spring rains.  
  • Main Street Bridge in Westerville
    Main Street Bridge welcomes morning sun
    April 2, 2015
    The morning sun warms Alum Creek, the Main Street Bridge, and the single park bench behind the Senior Center.
    Not your normal birdhouse
    January 24, 2015
    A flock of birds gathers around and on a house on Huber Village Blvd in the morning of the first day of the new year. My Final Photo for Jan. 1, 2015. via Not your normal birdhouse – My Final Photo by Gary Gardiner.
  • Heritage Park in winter sun - Jan. 5, 2015
    Heritage Park at sunrise
    January 6, 2015
    Heritage Park today is approximately 52 acres and offers two of the focal points of Westerville, the Everal Barn and Homestead. The unique barn with its integral windmill and adjacent brick farmhouse are an excellent example of nineteenth century farm architecture. The Everal Barn, Homestead and outbuildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
    A single umbrella for a family cover
    January 4, 2015
    Hannah and her uncle, Joe, gather under her “Frozen” umbrella before returning in the rain to their car after a meal at Old Bag O’ Nails in Uptown Westerville.
    The Brisbane oak survives another summer
    October 11, 2014
    The giant oak at the corner of Brisbane and Barcelona off Pointview has weathered another summer and its abundance of acorns continues to feed the dray of squirrels that make it home.

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