My wife, at her birthday brunch at Charleston’s Bluegrass Kitchen.
Delegate Suzette Raines, R-Kanawha, announces her run for state Senate.
A win for iPhoneography. Today’s front-page centerpiece was shot with my smartphone.
Abe Lincoln enjoys Ellen’s Ice Cream in downtown Charleston.
Attempted TARDIS and Dalek Easter eggs.
Whitney is making an anometer — more commonly know as a weather vane — for her 2nd grade class. She’s teaching a lesson on how to measure wind velocity.
Stairwell outside West Virginia Senate Chamber.
Doing research in the Charleston Newspapers library for a piece on how West Virginia got its state colors. This is a roll of microfilm containing Daily Mail editions from March 1963.
Above is an interactive panorama of the West Virginia Veterans Memorial. The names of more than 10,000 men and women who died in action during the 20th century are etched into these walls.
Obligatory snowy alley photo
My wife made a barn quilt for her mom’s birthday.
I had an old, beat up, broken mandolin laying around the house. After wondering for years (literally, years) what I should do with it, I saw a Mail Pouch barn on Pinterest, which got me thinking about Rock City barns.
Hipstamatic’s new tintype film/lens combo is awesome. Here’s the W.Va. Capitol on Inauguration Day.
Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s inauguration celebration, Jan. 14, 2013