It’s been about three months since the University of Kentucky’s campus-wide smoking ban went into effect. As I walk across campus most days, I don’t see too many smokers. But recently, I have noticed that a few [stubborn?] students don’t seem to worry too much about the ban and they continue to smoke as they […]
About a hundred UK students gathered for a few hours on campus to protest the campus-wide tobacco ban which took effect today. You can read more about it and see how the Kernel photogs shot it.
Just a random fall photo from the walk home from work. Normally, I have zero appreciation for fire hydrants, but . . .
Here are a few of my favorites from Emily and Alex’s wedding I shot with Jonathan Palmer a few weeks ago.
Had a pretty awesome Sunday afternoon at Natural Bridge. The colors were better than I had expected, but still a bit muted. To see an iPhone pano stitch of Natural Bridge click here.
I thought I’d share some of the photos from the wedding of Allison Houlihan and Andrew Turner I shot with Jonathan Palmer a couple of weeks ago. I felt right at home amongst all those kilts (Andrew and his family hail from Scotland).
Just wrapped up the four-day Picture Kentucky workshop, held this year in Hindman, Kentucky. I had to sneak out in the early a.m. to get any shooting time in, so a handful of us went to the strip mines to look for elk. They didn’t disappoint!
Nothing says “I Love You” like a face-full of wedding cake. Impossible to know who started it – we may have to refer to the slo-mo replay from the video guys. Congratulations Elizabeth and Donnie!
August 14, 2009 – Lancaster, Kentucky, USA. My homing pigeons take flight after being released for a training “toss” 30 miles from their home at sunrise. The birds, which have a natural homing ability, are driven in a car to increasing distances from their loft and released to help build their flight muscles and hone […]
We had a great time playing with our cell phones during the Kernel retreat held this year at Rough River Dam State Resort Park. Here’s to a great 2009-2010 year at the Kernel. Bring it.