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Life in the Holler: A Sunday morning photo sermon

Click on headline for introduction, photo album by Shamarie Claiborne

Few photographers capture the range of pictures Shamarie Claiborne does, or match them to a mood. Mostly, it's an uncanny poetic ability to connect feelings which always connect, always state more eloquently what others feel but fail to record. Four pictures from the last of August are included in a series she calls, "How Can You Question God when there is beauty everywhere you look," in this Sunday morning photo sermon.



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Life in the Holler: How can you question God?



2012-09-02 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Shamarie Claiborne caught this full moon from deep in The Holler, and writes, "How can you question God?"

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Life in the Holler: A rainbow resends a message



2012-09-02 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
From the days of NoahAn evening rainbow resends a divine message, in this photo from The Holler which the photographer, Shamarie Claiborne captions: The promise never forgotten!

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Life in the Holler: A team Jacob moment



2012-09-02 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Without question a team Jacob night in the holler!
- -Shamarie Claiborne

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Life in the Holler: Follow the yellow brick road



2012-09-02 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
"The rain washed away the years of adulthood and uncovered the opening to Oz ... just follow the yellow brick road," Shamarie Claiborne writes with this incredible scene from deep within her magical Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, in the Ozark community of Adair County, KY.

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