4/25/2011

Old Louisville video tour April 2011

4/23/2011

3rd issue of Old Louisville March - April 2011

March - April 2011
Old Louisville Issue 3:
The transition from winter into spring is quick in Louisville, Kentucky. A week of warm weather bracketing the equinox brought out the early flowers and flowering trees.

2/27/2011

February 2011 issue of Old Louisville

This collection of photos and stylized photo renderings were captured since the first issue of Old Louisville magazine. Printed in full color using Hewlett-Packard's most advanced digital color printing technology, 8.25 x 10.5 in., perfect bound, and available below. The snow pictures were taken during the last week of January, but the rest date from February, 2011.

www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/166424. Screenshot of layout for Old Louisville February 2011
February 2011

Old Louisville Issue 2: February 2011

New snapshots since the last issue. Includes the one snow that was worth a hoot.

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2/03/2011

Postcards of Old Louisville today

These recent photographs of Old Louisville are available for purchase as postcards from Zazzle, in small quantities (as few as one single postcard. Please click the links below.). For larger quantities (250 and up) please contact me directly for prices.
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1/23/2011

Old Louisville photo magazine, first issue

January 2011
Old Louisville Issue 1:
The historic Victorian-era architecture of Old Louisville, Kentucky is impossible to see from inside an automobile, and difficult to see on foot. The historic preservation district is large and diverse. Large old trees block the view, and the environment is hectic. The best way to learn what is at hand is from your armchair through photographs by a resident of Old Louisville, who loves it.