New Blog Idea – Using Photos Taken From Kentucky in my Posts

Water Fountains and Kids Cooling Off at Waterfront Park Louisville (used iPhone 4)

Water Fountains and Kids Cooling Off at Waterfront Park
Louisville (used iPhone 4)

Hope you have enjoyed the images.  I like take pictures, whether it be with my iPhone, iPad, Canon Powershot, or Canon 60D.

The picture chooses you, and not the other way around.  And when it does, you use whatever is at hand to memorialize the view.

I had a choice.  No pictures; use pictures off the web; or my own.  And who said, the picture must resonate the theme in the post?  Nobody, that is who.

I enjoy taking pictures, and I enjoy sharing those with others.

You will be seeing images from the legal world around Kentucky and just around Kentucky showing each of you the uncommon wealth of the Commonwealth.

Enjoy the view.  It’s got to be a better “look see” than the stock photos (which cost $$, too).

BTW. If you have a picture of a courthouse, a historical marker, and Kentucky festival or site to see, then email it to me with a caption and your name.  More than happy to link it to your web site too.

Better yet, share old photos or famous and not so famous lawyers and old courthouses and court or legal scenes.  And should there be a story in the picture or the face of the lawyer, then please, oh so please, share it with us.  Our past is a treasure to see and hear.

From your editor and photographer.  Mike Stevens

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are inappropriate, offensive or off-topic.

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2 thoughts on “New Blog Idea – Using Photos Taken From Kentucky in my Posts

  1. Thank you for the kind words and permitting me the opportunity and time to share with you.
    I also thank you for your service to our nation.
    BTW. I hit 60 this year and get my reserve retirement. So I encourage you in your service which will be so rewarding when you look back and quietly smile knowing you did your duty, not for pay, not for glory, and not under compulsion. But, to serve, and the peace and security knowing that to lead you must also serve.

    Hope your Memorial Day went well.

    LTC Michael Stevens, USAR, JAGC