Category Archives: Religion

Reconstruction of the West Liberty Christian Church

  We won another victory over the tornado of 2012. Almost four years after a horrible tornado took our 102-year old building from us, we moved into our new church building. Previous to this, we worshiped at another church.  I … Continue reading

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Ezel Presbyterian Church

      I was in a testosterone fog. Like the tops of the eastern Kentucky hills hidden by the fog of this particular winter, rainy, day, my judgement was clouded by the current state of my machismo.  My bravado … Continue reading

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Country Church

      Before you read any farther (or is it further?) please be warned about my mood. Lately, my mood has been 3D…dark, dreary, and dank.  According to the Urban Dictionary,  the stoners use dank to describe something of … Continue reading

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Cupola at Sunset

As a photographer, what happens when your worlds collide? I am talking about your photographer world and your loving husband world.  It’s the age-old  case, the classic moral dilemma, the situation ethic, the ego vs. super ego, good angel on … Continue reading

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Pieris Japonica in Sunlight

Sometimes all we need is to bask in the glow of the sun. After a particular long winter in eastern Kentucky of cold and wet and gray days, these early, sunny, spring days give us a renewed vigor and hope. … Continue reading

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Silhouetted Saints

While the world is focused on the conclave in the Vatican in anticipation of the next pope, I thought I would get as much mileage as I could out of my photos from Rome.    I have over 1500 photos…………… … Continue reading

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Walk of the Cardinals

I DO NOT LIKE CHANGE. I am proof that there was no evolution, because my DNA would have stayed in the comfort of the primordial soup. I am the lecturer at the Creatures of Habit Seminar. It is not “guest … Continue reading

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Green Forest

Please pardon me while I pontificate. I wish I could orate. My goal is to educate. After reading this, I hope you don’t want to medicate. I am getting so tired of division in our society. Whether it’s red state/blue … Continue reading

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Morgan County Courthouse at Christmas

I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. As most everyone does at this time, I always look back on the current year and do some reflecting. It seems like this year has been a lot harder upon which … Continue reading

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Do Not Write on the Walls

Some photos do not need any explanation. However, I can’t let this one go without a few words. I found this sign on a wall on the trek upward to the dome of the Duomo. The Duomo is the most … Continue reading

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