Williamson, West Virginia 25661

This building serves as the United States Post Office for Williamson, West Virginia.  As you can read on the building, it also once served as the home of the U.S. 15 more words

Appalachian Mountains

LomoChrome Turquoise XR Fisheye

Lomography really is a neat company with a lot of neat products. A couple of weeks ago I decided to try out the lomochrome turquoise XR film in the Lomography Fisheye camera to see what kind of results I would get. 13 more words

Appalachian Mountains

Heart of Coal

                                                  Photo by: Whitney Davis

I am an Appalachian American.

I have no hesitation in telling anyone that I am from the coalfields of Southeastern Kentucky. I am proud of where I am from, where my heart always yearns to go, and the place I will always call… 898 more words

Meet the Bloggers! The Nomadic Moose.

Shannon, Breck and moose a guy, a girl, and a dog, all with a serious case of wanderlust.

Our feet can take us anywhere we want to go, and we plan to go a lot of places. 65 more words


Dick Justice - Cocaine (1929) - Internet Archive audio

Recorded on May 20, 1929 in Chicago. Justice was a contemporary of Frank Hutchison, where he evidently worked in the mines with Hutchison and played music with him.

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Hickory Nut Mountain and Sugar Hill

About ten miles northeast of Lake Lure is an area known as Sugar Hill. The only business located there is a new Dollar General,  and most of the inhabitants are ranchers and farmers. 127 more words

Mount Mitchell Panorama

Finding a new perspective to view a major feature in these mountains is always exciting. Mt. Mitchell and the Black Mountain Range has always been a challenge to photograph, but yesterday I discovered a new vantage point that allows the entire range to be featured from a point to the southeast, which is perpendicular to the range itself. 104 more words