A day at Churchill Downs race track. We place $2 bets on the horses, curse the jockey’s and wish we could understand all the shorthand in the program. Everyone has fun, usually, and I was lucky enough to get a few snap shots.
This house built in 1837, sits on the banks of the Ohio River. The property is used as an educational tool to show what farming life was like on the river. Read more about the history of the Farnsley-Moreman Landing
Yes I am a geek for all things fire related. This is a little tour of fire stations I have seen. We will begin where I began my fire career. Above is Cheshire Fire Department Company 2. In 1954 the community in northern Cheshire wanted a fire house near them, but the town would not build one. The Cheshire Heights Community Organization formed and build a station on the high ground in the north of town. I was a member of Company 2 for only four years, but I still hold fond memories of my station & Engine. You can read more about the Cheshire Fire Department on their web site
I am told that this is called the Field House, located in the Clifton area of Louisville. I was told it is on the National Historic Registry, but I was unable to locate any information on the property.
Chase Jarvis posted this gem on his blog. Create, Share, Sustain The basic idea is to just be creative and produce content just for the creative outlet. Who cares what happens, get out and produce whatever art you are into.
“Ok, I have created my art, now what?”
Share, it with everyone. Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, linkedin, Flickr, Picasa, your own blog, email your friends share it everywhere you can.
Sustain, find ways to financially support your creativity. Many of us create the art on our own time & work full time. Keep doing what you have to do, so you can continue creating your art.