I have managed to survive one month with Project 365. The snow is melting away fast but I found a few rabbit tracks in Shawnee Park this morning. I’m looking forward to spring, as the landscape shots look a little bleak without leaves on the trees.
A loading dock in a small alleyway. I like that the alley is still brick, we tend to cover most brick with asphalt these days.
It was a marvelous night for a moon dance, albeit a cold one. This image was taken in Cherokee Park in Louisville, one of the flagship parks in the Olmsted Park system of Louisville. The moon shone down on many a sledding person, just past full moon it was quite a sight in the night (pun obviously intended).
In the foreground is the old Bank of Louisville Facade, now part of Actors Theater. The Hubbuchs Designer building has great features, and is always a pleasure to photograph. The background has the National City building covered in fog.
Nothing too interesting here today, just a lonely Charlie Brown tree in a field. I missed an opportunity to get images of a hawk. I was traipsing around EP Sawyer State Park and I flushed the hawk out from a field. He gave me one fly by about 20 minutes later, but did not return. Hopefully next time I can get a photo of him.
Designed in 1873, this building was the first school for African-Americans in Kentucky. Called the Central Colored School, it remained in the public education system for more than eight decades.
The calm before the snow. They are predicting 2-3″ of snow for the area Friday through saturday.