It was certainly an exciting first half which was led by UK. But the second half belonged to South Carolina and they walked away with the win, 38-17. UK vs. South Carolina 2012 – Images by David Stephenson
The first WUKY and UK ROTC obstacle course mud run seemed to go over well with the racers. It certainly made for good photos. I think the “fish in a barrel” analogy is appropriate here. WUKY UK ROTC Mud Run 2012 – Images by David Stephenson
An interesting game Saturday night when my alma mater WKU beat Kentucky on a trick play in OT. UK vs. WKU 2012 – Images by David Stephenson
June 5, 2012 – Lexington, Kentucky, USA – The planet Venus can be seen as a small black dot as it crosses in front of the setting sun on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. The planet’s transit across the sun, which lasted over 6 hours, will not be seen again until 2117. The transit began at […]
It was a surprise finish to the Derby this year as I’ll Have Another takes down Bodemeister in the stretch. Kentucky Derby 2012 – Images by David Stephenson
I got a tip about a mother fox and her kits that would come out and romp around at about the same time every day. While I’ve seen foxes in the city limits of Lexington in the past, it’s just about impossible to photograph them unless you know where a den is. The Babies of […]
Monday night’s celebrations seemed a bit tamer than Saturday night when Kentucky beat Louisville, but someone still managed to get shot. Kentucky fans celebrate winning the 2012 NCAA Championship – Images by David Stephenson Photos from Saturday night: Kentucky fans celebrate after beating Louisville in NCAA tourney – Images by David Stephenson
State Street in Lexington was simply nuts for a few hours after Kentucky beat Louisville Saturday night. Couches burned. Cars flipped. Then cars burned. If UK wins the NCAA championship Monday night who know what will happen. (Update: They did it.) Kentucky fans celebrate after beating Louisville in NCAA tourney – Images by David Stephenson
The Humane Society of the United States aids dog victims of Kentucky tornado – Images by David Stephenson Only days after vicious tornados ripped through Kentucky, The Humane Society of the United States had set up an emergency animal shelter in London, Ky., to aid animals and their families.
These birds, which are part of the Eastern population of sandhill cranes, are part of a group estimated to be larger than 70,000 birds, many of which were wintering in Florida.