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Family Shoot :: Cherokee Park Louisville Kentucky

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Cherokee Park is a 409-acre park located in Louisville, Kentucky. It was designed, like 18 of Louisville’s 123 public parks, by Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of landscape architecture. Beargrass Creek runs through much of the park, and is crossed by numerous pedestrian and automobile bridges. The park is a favorite for dog owners, runners and cyclist of all kinds.

Cherokee park offers much diversity in the way of habitat and natural backdrops. It is the perfect place for family, engagement or portrait photography, and that is exactly why this family chose Cherokee park.

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Calena and Seth – Huber’s Winery Lakehouse Wedding

Monday, January 18th, 2010

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My first derby…

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

well my first oaks…even though i had a media pass that got me pretty much anywhere, i stayed away from the fun on saturday.

here are a couple of pics i took though on oaks:

I should also note that i got to photograph and walk w/ the cancer survivors/susan g. komen foundation before the oaks race. It was truly an experience to be on the track with those folks who have overcome this terrible disease.