Monthly Archives: May 2011

It’s easy to find great photo ops in exotic locales–but harder to photograph our own back yard. Guess we take it for granted and don’t “see” the ops in our city. Or maybe we get so caught up in the day to day that we don’t think about taking our cameras out to play. So here’s one […]

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The flooded conditions happening all over the US are no laughing matter. The roof of an area high school collapsed last week, luckily on Sunday when it was vacant. Roads in Kentucky and Indiana are still closed, from highways to country lanes. And entire communities have had to evacuate from their towns along the Ohio River… This shot […]

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Going to London? Don’t miss the opportunity to see some stunning contemporary images from the prestigious international Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) awards showcased at the Royal Geographical Society in South Kensington. I was invited to attend the opening reception on May 4th along with other winners to speak about our exhibited images, but sadly could not […]

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  A little picture in honor of the Derby which is going on in Lousiville, Kentucky later today. Wish I was there to see the action and the fancy hats…but, not this year. Instead I’m headed elsewhere in the state, to central Kentucky, to photograph some horses, barns and the people who live on those farms. This […]

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