“In the midst of all this uncertainty, remember: The first person who needs your Love is You.” ~ Mary Carroll-Hackett Sometimes all you need is a stroll down a summer street. I don’t recommend standing in the middle of the street to get a shot, but if there are no cars coming, what’s the harm? Downtown Lexington offers many gems like this two block section of Second Street.
“The keys to patience are acceptance and faith. Accept things as they are, and look realistically at the world around you. Have faith in yourself and in the direction you have chosen.” ~ Ralph Marston You might recall my post from June 20 of this year when I posted both a color and a black & white image of this scene. I then whined about the power lines;
“May your troubles be less and your blessings more, and nothing but happiness come through your door.” ~ Irish Proverb It was about 8:30 when I left Lexington Cemetery after my sunrise service hopping extravaganza. I passed over the Oliver Lewis Way bridge which is really just the remodeled Cox Street connector of Newtown Pike and Pine Street…because, you know, Lexington. I digress. Anyway, I’m going over the
“Be a good human being, a warmhearted, affectionate person. That is my fundamental belief.” ~ Dalai Lama To be honest, I’ve never paid much mind to the First Baptist Church on Main Street across from Rupp Arena. Suddenly, there it was. It sits on a hill, a sort of lonely hill, like an island really, in much the same way the courthouse in West Liberty has become an
“When thinking about life remember this: No amount of guilt can solve the past, and no amount of anxiety will change the future.” ~ Unknown It was back to yoga with Cindy Reed at Dudley Square this evening. Dudley Square sits on the corner of Mill and Maxwell. Mill Street (below) between High and Maxwell has always been one of my favorite downtown streets. At one point during yoga
“I learned a long time ago that being happy is a choice. And I choose to focus on the “good” and let the rest go.” ~ Bree Chapman The sun came out and the world was, well, the world in Kentucky at least had a little more sunshine than it had earlier in the week. It was a good day in my world, and for that I am
“Beautiful things happen when you distance yourself from the negative.” ~ Unknown Big puffy clouds peaked through the afternoon storm as we left work. Stacy and I spotted them at the same time. I stopped the car, and without hesitation, we both got out, cameras in hand. It was a pretty end to a productive work week.
“To share your weakness is to make yourself vulnerable; to make yourself vulnerable is to show your strength.” ~ Criss Jami I was privileged to be a small part of the opening day of The Girl Project thanks to my day job with the Nunn Center for Oral History. A few years ago, directors Vanessa Becker Weig and Ellie Clark (below) had an idea. Using theater and the arts, they would build a