The editors of American Airlines in-flight magazine, American Way, asked me to shoot for their feature on Lexington which was just recently published. As a native and long-time resident, I already knew how great this city is. I also knew that there are many new restaurants and an exploding craft brew market. I didn’t realize […]
A couple of friends alerted me to this breathtaking phenomenon taking place at Hamburg Pavilion shopping center in Lexington. Thousands of migrating purple martins seem to come from nowhere as they look for a place to roost in the trees in Lexington , Ky. Monday August 11, 2014. Over 10,000 purple martins, mixed in with […]
Early in summer when geese enter their no-fly moult, Rocky Pritchert gathers volunteers and employees of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources for two weeks of bird-banding throughout the state.
Kentucky’s prized thoroughbred industry and it’s two-minute crown jewel.
Sometimes the best way to tell a story is with audio and video. Check out a selection of multimedia here.
The most regular of Kentuckians sometimes live in the most extraordinarily named towns, like Black Gnat and Barefoot, Peasticks and Picnic. We visited these towns to talk to folks who never make the paper but have volumes of stories to tell.
Enterprise and documentary story telling. Some subjects deserve more investment.
Kentucky’s sport of choice is basketball. Some people even claim there are a few football teams.
From the serious to the not-so-serious.
Another May, another Derby. I counted them up this year for the first time: this was my 18th Derby. Whew.
California Chrome and his jockey handed all the photographers their perfect finish photo this year. Thanks Victor Espinoza!