Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Saturday, September 24, 2005
This photo was actually taken a couple of years ago with a 35mm film camera and I just happened to come across it the other day. The processing date on the back is Jan. 29, 2003. It's a set of crosses on a hill in my hometown of Grayson, Ky., that are visible from I-64. They're in a different position now, as the entire hill is being razed to make a big flat piece of land that's more attractive to businesses that might locate there. Earlier this year, the crosses were taken down at one time, and put up again a few weeks later, but the hill is probably about half the size now than it was when this photo was taken. I have some closer shots of them, but I really like the way the clouds look in this one shot with a really wide angled lens.
Friday, September 23, 2005
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Monday, September 12, 2005
My mother-in-law lives on a farm in Greenup County, and there's never a shortage of good stuff to photograph during a visit there. We spent some time there Sunday, and here's just one of the shots I got of a kitten hiding in a bunch of hostas, poking its head out to see if anyone was around.
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
On our daughter's school lunch calendar last week, we noticed that the Friday entreé was Mac & Fish. We really weren't sure what that meant. Was it like Mac & Cheese with fish instead of cheese? We were a little anxious to find out. Turns out, it was just fish (fried, we think) with mac & cheese for the side. I'd never heard of referred to as mac & fish before, but the phrase has become the new punchline to lots of jokes around our house now.