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Thank you for taking the time to check out my little photography site. I have been a photographer for years, but now I find myself working in a library. It sounds strange, yes, but what I am doing is helping create digital archives. Makes more sense now. Right? On this site I'll share with you images, and stories about the people, places and memories that go along with these images. I hope you enjoy the time you spend here.


Fall Photos

I've always suggested the Lexington Cemetery to clients as a location for photographs. When I worked for another studio, I can remember talking to a lady on the phone. She said, in a thick country accent, "Y'all take pictures in a graveyard?" I had a hard time convincing her that it was a really beautiful place especially during the spring.
So, a couple weeks ago my mom came to visit and she said "Can we take a drive through the cemetery? It was so pretty in the spring I want to see what it was looks like in fall." I reluctantly agreed. I've never thought to go there in fall.

From c.heis

I was blown away by the pallet of colors. I'm so glad my mom suggested it, and luckily I had my camera with me.

The following weekend some friends and I traveled down Loraine, KY to visit the Maker's Mark Distillery. Nestled down in a little valley, Makers Mark loaded with classic Kentucky imagery.

From c.heis

We took the distillery tour, did a bourbon tasting and even dipped our own bottle. It was an awesome field trip on a dreary, rainy day.

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