Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Wordless Wednesday #87~Creekside & Harlan, KY Winter

Just received the following awesome shot from my Southern KY Photographer Friend with the following note:

The town of Harlan appeared to slumber Monday evening beneath, yet, another mantle of snow that had spread its gripping chill over the region.
(Daily Enterprise Photo by Chris Jones)

 Attending these Linky Parties:
 Better in Bulk studio waterstone Wordless Wednesday on Tuesday

None of the shots in this post were retouched.  Only size was changed.
Thanks to the FREE programs:
possibly used for this post
GIMP for cropping & other digital effects
 Photoscape for downsizing & watermarking photo
PicMonkey creating collages used on this page


  1. luv them! especially the open gate...
    and the water reflections - would be great add to the weekend 'reflections' linkup!
    thx for sharing WW

  2. All of these ara awesome photos, yours really captures the cold too! ~Diane

  3. Oh my goodness that is a beautiful picture! I would love to use it as my Facebook cover or on my NanaHood Facebook page and give your friend credit of course. I'm from near Bowling Green. Let me know if I have permission. Thanks!

  4. Beautiful winter shots! I've never seen Harlan like that.

  5. Great captures of the snow. I really like the city shot. Isn't that the town in Justified?

    1. I'm not familiar with Justified. Just did some research and sounds like a program I would like to watch.

  6. Great winter scenes....B/W yet not really♪ And Justified is situated in Harlan County I think♫

  7. Lovely wintry photography and your friend's night shot is great ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol

  8. Commenting for second time as last comment seems to have not worked.
    The show Justified is set here . It is based on an Elmore Leonard short story titled Fire in the Hole. You will hear that phrase used often by the anti hero in show.
    There is a shot used in the opening credits taken from a similar angle as the night shot here. If memory serves, there is a site saying where exactly the shot used was taken.
    It is too bad filming of the show was not done there as it could have been good for the economy. It does do a good job of capturing the way of life for people that have been there for generations and their Love of their home.
    Thank you for the photos. They are Lovely and I would like to visit Kentucky one day.
    God bless.


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