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Each an individual flying creation, in total cooperation with each other.

Early this morning I was driving to Mt. Sterling. The sun was warming the earth but the fields were still white with a heavy frost .A thin layer of fog was rising from a lake surrounded by hay fields. 392 more words

Buffalo Tastes Good! - Wild Game Feast at the Hemlock Lodge

After our New Year’s Day hike at Natural Bridge, my partner and I stopped by the Hemlock Lodge to grab a bite to eat. On our way out, we saw this poster: 1,091 more words


Gray's Arch

In late 2013 around eighty-two I think is where I stopped keeping count of the number of RRG arches I had visited. I believe after fifty or so it had become more about the off trail hike and find than the arch itself. 667 more words

Bell Falls

When I was watching the weather last night it was calling for an overcast day. Along with the rain we had, I decided to head out this morning to shoot a waterfall. 55 more words

Landscape Photography

Day 1: Surviving the winter

It’s Winter in Ohio, and for the motorcycle obsessed like myself, it’s a particularly manic-depressive roller coaster in this part of the world. Following yesterday’s torrential downpours and temps in the high 50’s, the high today is 49, which was at 7 AM as temps fall into the teens all day leading to tomorrow’s high of 19. 790 more words


Hiking at the Natural Bridge

What better way to ring in the new year than going on a hike? My partner and I decided last night that we should go to Natural Bridge today. 760 more words

Kentucky Proud

Winter Green

About 3 weeks ago as I was hiking this trail in the Red River Gorge, I came upon this scene. It had rained just a few hours before which really made everything pop, with the aid of a polarizing filter attached to my camera lens. 17 more words

Landscape Photography