Sunday, February 12, 2012

New Home

These are lousy pictures taken with my point-and-shoot, but I wanted to satisfy your curiosity. :)

Kitchen (front door on the right side of photo)

Dining Room (with a jigsaw puzzle in progress)

Living Room

Living room (fireplace side)

Sunroom (door to patio on left)

Other side of sunroom (and the rest of my entertainment center)

The view from the sunroom

My "back yard"

Master bedroom (yes, the treadmill is beside my bed)

View of the kitchen from upstairs

View of Living Space from upstairs

Bedroom 2 (hasn't been repainted)

Bedroom 3 (hasn't been repainted)

I didn't include pics of my office, because it is still a disaster! You'll have to come see it in person.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Cheers! - Tami

I am spending a few days in my hometown. Although I was just here a few weeks ago, I'm so glad to be back. I scheduled this trip specifically to take a few pictures of two of my favorite cheerleaders. What better backdrop for the photos than my favorite place in Huntington...Ritter Park. Although the Rose Garden there was a little off season, I was still able to get a few good shots. The colors are amazing. We had a bit of a time crunch, so I didn't get to take as many pictures of the park as I would have preferred, but I'm sure I'll go back again another day.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Lexington, Kentucky - early August 2010 - Kim

Better exposure.
Over exposed.
A little bright in the background that I didn't crop out.
I was in Lexington in early August attending a wedding that took place at an inn which also had horse stables.  It was beautiful and I really wished that I could have spent even more time taking pictures and paying close attention to the composition, lighting, etc.  It was such a spectacular background. 
I posted a few shots that weren't really great but served to teach me something at the time (or maybe later when I took the time to review them). 

Monday, September 6, 2010

Pioneer Cemetary - Tami

Today I spent some time in Pioneer Cemetery in Lebanon, which was established in 1799. It was interesting seeing some of the headstones of families who had an impact on this area...well, at least they have a lot of things named after them around here. I wouldn't say the composition of these photos is particularly interesting or artsy, but the subject matter is cool.

The fence looks like it's been around since 1799!

These headstones are for some of the Corwin Family (a founding family). You can't tell from this persepective, but they are super sized.

This weeping willow design was popular on many headstones.

Two Revolutionary War soldiers

I like how Elizabeth's headstone refers to her as George's "consort."

While I was driving through town, I decided to take a few photos of Library Park, a cozy gazebo built outside our library. I took a couple of random pictures along the way.