President Abraham Lincoln's home as a child was on Knob Creek in Kentucky. He lived here from when he was two an a half until he was almost eight years old. He almost drowned in Knob Creek when he fell in. He friend Austin Gollaher extended a tree branch to him and pulled him to safety. It was also here that Lincoln seen his first black person. They were being transported along the Louisville - Nashville Turnpike to be sold as slaves. The Lincoln family lived on 30 acres of the 238 acre farm. They moved to Spencer County, Indiana in 1816.
I was born and raised in Belfair Washington. While growing up, I spent most of my time in the woods, hiking, hunting and just wandering around. On those trips, I had a little 35mm point and shoot. Work moved me to Kentucky in 2006. This year my wife upgraded my little 35mm to a Nikon D7000. I would like to focus my photography on getting the view that people seldom see. Everybody knows what it looks like from the road, I want to do the hike and capture the view from 8 miles in.
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