1. San Diego Padres vs. Chicago Cubs

     
  2. selektormagazine:

    Daniel Arnold

    Photographers A-Z

    Selektor Magazine

    This dude fucking kills it every day.

     
  3. Chicago, IL

     
  4. Lawrence Ave., Uptown Chicago IL

     
  5. Independence Day weekend family get together at Lake Chautauqua.

     
  6. 4th of July 2014, Chautauqua Lake NY

     
  7. Wandering the hoods - Uptown and Lincoln Square

     
  8. 10 Great Editing Moments. Some great editing, but narrowing it to 10 is tough. 

     
     
  9. Update: Azark Farm

    I crested the hill on Moon Rd. and my memories of sitting with my father at Uncle Art’s kitchen table came rushing back. Last year he was telling stories of buying the farm, tending the land, and raising his family. Today, the house still stands, but is nothing more than a charred shell.

    Uncle Art died of smoked inhalation on April 17, 2014 at the age of 93. An electrical fire started in the kitchen and spread throughout the house. All that remains is the Azark Farm barn, which burnt to the ground in 1953. Art rebuilt and tended the land for the next 60 years. With his wife Elsie dying in 2012, Art rarely left the farm, always saying “I’m gonna stay here with Mom.” Elsie’s ashes lived on the shelf. They were inseparable in life and now in death.

    With bobcats littering the yard, demolition is inevitable. The property will sell, but Uncle Art’s stories and legacy will live on.

    RIP Arthur Carlson 1920-2014
    Azark Farm 1952-2014

     
  10. Sunrise, Busti NY

     
  11. Lake Chautauqua - 7.3.14 Sunset - Within an hour the sky burst with light.

     
  12. americanguide:

    CAMP NELSON - JESSAMINE COUNTY, KENTUCKY

    FORMER CAMP NELSON (L) 21.3 m., is at the mouth of Hickman Creek; this was one of the leading concentration camps for Federal troops and munitions during the War between the States. It was also the main camp in the State for the enlistment of Negro troops and a refuge for Negro slaves. Established in 1863 and named for Gen. William Nelson, it remained a military camp until the close of the war. 

    The highway crosses the new concrete bridge over the Kentucky River. Nearby are the stone abutments of an old covered bridge recently torn down. It was considered an engineering triumph at the time of its construction in 1838, being then one of the longest wooden bridges in the United States. The length was 240 feet and no metal was used in the construction. 

    Kentucky, A Guide To the Bluegrass State(WPA, 1939)

    Camp Nelson is now a Civil War Heritage Park located in Jessamine County.

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    Matthew Lee was born in Kentucky but grew up in Ohio. He currently resides in Hazard, Kentucky and works at a local television station, editing video and directing the local newscast. Photography, particularly of the outdoor variety, is a hobby he enjoys learning about. He likes to experiment with different ways to show a picture using a digital camera and adding effects with a computer. In his off time he enjoys making short films, reading, hiking and learning about the creative process of audio and video editing and storytelling. Follow Matthew on Tumblr at mrmatthewlee.tumblr.com, on Twitter at MatthewvvLee, and find him on Flickr at mrmatthewlee.

    (Source: americanguide)

     
  13. S. Loop, Chicago IL

     
  14. Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago IL 2014

     
  15. Whiting, IN 2013