Category Archives: Photojournalism

Apple Picking

An overcast sky and mid-forty temps made for a crisp day of apple picking near Mondamin, Iowa.  No tree climbing was allowed so teamwork was necessary.  A dad and uncle support a 10 year old picker, while young cousins catch … Continue reading

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Hattie B’s

While waiting for my luggage at the Nashville airport, I met someone from the area who was very helpful about things to see and do in the area, as well as good places to eat.  Her #1 restaurant was Hattie … Continue reading

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Jack Daniels

This statue of Jack Daniels stands near his original still in a “holler” near Lynchburg, Tennessee.  The sculpture is titled, “Jack on the Rocks”.  Every drop of Jack Daniels’ whiskey is produced in this one and only distillery, producing over … Continue reading

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DP-1 Lift Off

I started this little science project with a Monarch larva (caterpillar) on August 11th, when  DP-1 was less than 1/4″ long.   It grew to over 1 1/2″ long before it pupated on August 29th. After ten days in the pupa stage, … Continue reading

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Back to School

Nebraska schools open in mid-August now, even the colleges are starting before Labor Day anymore.  In Europe, however, September 1st is the “standard” opening day of school. September 1st is almost like a national holiday.  Kids dress up, families dress … Continue reading

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