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A rainy days album

Album in progress - Several, however, are already posted.
See Also: The Whitehurst Diaries: Between Cloudbursts - Rainy days album

By Ed Waggener

Life comes and goes and we often forget that all of it - mostly - occasions wonderful experiences.

Many have learned that it isn't just the sunny, 72 degree, cloudless days which leave so many memories.

Rainy & cloud overcast days are wonderful. Especially for those who find harsh sunlight painful to our eyes and for those of us who love the endless photographic opportunities. The lighting makes us happy as fish and farmers when showers and storms are part of life. The photos in this album are just a few we've documented in the past few days.



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Farm scene in the rain



2016-04-30 - Adair County, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
This farm scene on Wheat Road looks ready for action -- later -- after the Saturday morning rain passes by.

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KY State Tree with tulips in bloom on Lakeway Drive, Russell Springs



2016-04-30 - Lakeway Drive, Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
The showiest display of "tulips" on our Kentucky State Tree, the Tulip Poplar, may be on this one on Lakeway Drive in Russell Springs, KY. We saw it Saturday, April 30, 2016. The flowers really brightened the rainy weekend.

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Barn cat on duty on a rainy April 30, 2016 Saturday



2016-05-01 - Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com photo.
Couldn't help but notice this cat's expression while the rainy weather kept it indoors. We assumed it was the noblest of felines, a working barn cat, though that may not be true. For sure, someone is feeding it quite well. But as is a cat's nature, it's apparent that it would prefer a sunny day to make outside patrols easier. -- EW

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Condominium guests take outdoorshower



2016-05-05 - Russell County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
At this 12-unit birdhouse condominium, the birds were taking advantage of the cool rain on their shoulders - another sign that others appreciate Rainy Days as much as we do. - EW/LW. Clicking Read More Accesses a Rainy Day Album to enjoy today before the Sunshine comes back tomorrow.

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Rose on a Rainy Day, Pine Branch Road, Cumberland Co. KY



2016-05-06 - Pine Branch Road, Cumberland Co. KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
A beautiful rose, in the garden of Mr. & Mrs. Jackie McClister on Pine Branch Road, Cumberland County, KY, after the rain. - LW

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Rainy Day Album: Rain flattered blossom



2016-05-07 - Pine Branch Road, Cumberland Co. KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Peggy McClister's late mother grew these pretty flowers, among the prettiest to be seen anywhere. This drenched rose was photographed after hail and a huge rain.

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