Description This photo is of the Pope Gosser china company, 1903 - 1958.My grandfather worked there in 40's and 50's. they made some of the best china anywhere in in the country. And helped make Coshocton the industrial mica it was in the early twentieth century. This photo is from 2006, sadly it has been torn down, it stood for over 100 years. There goes one more piece of our history.
Larry Wohlheter Member Since October 2010 Artist Statement Hello, I would like to introduce myself. I have been a photographer for many years. I got my first camera when I was 10 years old – 10 Bazooka bubblegum wrappers and 35 cents and I had my first camera. I have had a camera in my hands ever since - turning professional about 15 years ago. My main interests are landscape, architectural and wildlife.
I especially like shooting photos in the US and the United Kingdom. Look out – I may take a picture of you someday. I am always adding to my web site so I hope you will come back often and see what new photos I have to offer.
All of my work is viewed from one gallery - I prefer this eclectic style of displaying the photos. To me it is more convenient for customer viewing and easier on the eye - giving a fresh perspective to each photo.
Most of my work is realism (film, digital, color, b&w) - with little or no manipulation or enhancement. But every now and then I like to step outside my comfort zone and push the envelope.