I finally realized that all my recent thinking about what images speak for Appalachia is so interesting to me that I could start a weekly feature: one photo each week -- chosen from ones already shown on this blog or ones already taken or ones to be taken in the future. Along with the story that is part of the photo.
So, here goes! THIS IS APPALACHIA NOW:
Next, a few more photos from my recent gathering of the Kentucky Women's Photography Network. This one by Libby shows the lay of the land, near Frankfort, KY, and how the rich carpet of blue-eyed Marys surrounded us.
|This is my close-up of the blue-eyed Marys. Our timing was spectacular, or was it their timing that was awesome.....|
|For the record, this is the Kentucky River on the edge of Dobree's land. It can be no surprise to note that their road and fields are sometimes flooded!|
|Meanwhile, back on the ridge, this is how the trees work together to show off every shade of spring green.|