and the Devil himself...

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Town Behind the Land of the Outlaw Amish: Photos by James Neighbors

My friend and fellow actor James Neighbors has taken these remarkable photos of the quaint little place I live in. He even took one of me writing...

We have a little square:


with a fountain...


and statues:


We have frescoes and reliefs:



and not only  ivy covered houses:


but a log cabin:


Jesse James hid out not in the cabin, as might be expected, but in a cave just up the road:


There is another fountain


atop a scenic and historic hill. It has a panoramic vista:


The vista is in front of this amazing auditorium, (I stage managed a play Jim was in here):


We have a marvelous clock that chimes:


and an antique Railpark, (with baggage unclaimed for a century), 
where I sang songs and read The Elves and  the Shoemaker for children,
including not Amish but Mennonites, at Christmas time:


The square is filled with cute little shops and another chiming clock:


and one uber-uber cool hip store:




Sometimes vicious storms attack us:


Sometimes we drink coffee:


sometimes we find ourselves pastry-less:


I am occasionally caught writing in public:


...and magnolias. We have lots of magnolias.



5 comments:

  1. Thanks for furthering my (somewhat dubious) reputation as a renegade photographer! Hope everyone likes the photos here, and if you like these, I have loads more on my Facebook page. Cheers!

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  2. Photos are of Bowling Green, Kentucky - thank you James for having such a cool idea and for being so talented!

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  3. No prob, Liz! I also have another photo project in the works, one of places close to home, but off the beaten path. It's also on my Facebook, for anyone who cares to sneak a peek.

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  4. Great pics james, keep up the great work, I need to do some of Franklin, KY.
    Your friend,
    Scott Lonewolf Cleveland

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  5. These are great. Nice tour of our town and very thankful to see our store (Labold and Sons @ Spot Cash) thrown into the mix. Nice work guys!

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