Saturday, August 6, 2011


Summer's been giving me time to go back through photos from the first six months of the year.

Shooting range. Lynchburg, Va.

American Huey 369. West Point, Ky.

Portrait of my good friend Bryan Lemon on the edge of the world. Oregon Inlet bridge, N.C.

Migrant workers harvest tobacco in Southwest Virginia after a late winter snow.

Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus elephants from the Blue Unit circus train walk from the CSX mainline in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Fall Creek Falls State Park. Tennessee.

Retired Thoroughbred racehorse Zenyatta at pasture at Lane's End Farm in Versailles, Ky.

A snowy night in tiny Oakland, Ky.

James Boggs, 19, is seen working on his brother Joshua's Chevy Silverado pickup on Cloverlick Creek in the Eastern Kentucky coal mining town of Cumberland, Ky. in Harlan County, Thursday, May 5, 2011. Unlike his younger brother Joshua who is planning to enlist in the Army after graduating high school, James plans to go to work in the coal mines like the rest of his family. "Getting shot at ain't worth a million dollars," James said. (Luke Sharrett for The New York Times)

Thanks for looking!

**Photographs copyright Luke Sharrett and/or The New York Times**


Kris said...

Nice Post Office picture, Sir. I might have to go take me a picture of a train now.

Kent said...

summer isnt over yet man! but it's looking like you're havin an awesome one. :) beautiful colors in the photo of mr. lemon.

Elizabeth said...

LOVE Bryan Lemon's picture and the post office mucho mucho. Great as usual :)