Printed from:

Welcome to Columbia Magazine  

  Photo Archives
A collection of pictures that have appeared on and in the print edition of Columbia! Magazine. Photos are sorted from most recent to oldest. To see more pictures, click the "View the next 5..." link at the botom of this page.

KY Afield Outdoors: Waterfowl Season opens Thanksgiving Day

2018-11-15 - Franklin Co., KY - Photo by Lee McClellan.
The bountiful rainfall this fall pushed waters bank full in streams, ponds, reservoirs and wetlands across Kentucky, providing excellent habitat conditions for the opening of waterfowl season on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22. Duck populations remain strong. The population of redhead ducks, like these from a small Franklin County lake a few seasons ago, number about 1 million birds, 38 percent above the long term average for the species.

Read More... | Comments? | Click here to share, print, or bookmark this photo.

Fire and Ice

2018-11-15 - Indianapolis, IN - Photo by Beth Cravens.
Beth writes, "An ice storm passed through Indianapolis last night. I took a photo this morning of my fire bush, also called burning bush. There it was in all its beauty, the last few crimson leaves and clusters of fiery,red berries dangling there as bright as if they were trying to burn through the glistening ice."

Comments? | Click here to share, print, or bookmark this photo.

Birds of Kentucky: Northern Flickers

2018-11-15 - Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Pen.
A pair of Northern Flickers spotted along the shores of Lake Shelby. According to All About Birds, "Flickers often go after ants underground (where the nutritious larvae live), hammering at the soil the way other woodpeckers drill into wood."

Comments? | Click here to share, print, or bookmark this photo.

Frozen Elizabethtown

2018-11-15 - Elizabethtown, KY - Photo by CM Staff.
Parts of Dixie Highway are still without power today after ice covered good parts of Kentucky overnight.

Comments? | Click here to share, print, or bookmark this photo.

TED*talk: Pressure to succeed in South Korea

2018-11-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Sabine Eastham.
Gabe Roberts, Student Employee at ISP from Russell Springs, KY, writes, "On November 12,2018, students gathered at the Iinternational Student Programs (ISP) House, where Kathryn McFadden, a student employee at ISP from Danville, KY, led a discussion on the pressures to succeed academically. Particularly, she discussed the pressures faced by South Korean exchange students, and how the study abroad experience affects that. It is normal for high school students to go to school from 7AM til 10PM, six days a week as well as receive additional tutoring to make it to the top 1% that will be accepted to universities."

Comments? | Click here to share, print, or bookmark this photo.

View the next 5 photos from the archive

If you have photos you'd like to share with ColumbiaMagazine readers, please email .jpg files to Please include your name, an email address or phone number, the date the photo was taken, and the location and names of anyone in the photos.


Quick Links to Popular Features content is available as an RSS/XML feed for your RSS reader or other news aggregator.
Use the following link:

Contact us: Columbia Magazine and are published by D'Zine, Ltd., PO Box 906, Columbia, KY 42728.
Phone: 270-250-2730 Fax: 270-751-0401

Please use our contact page, or send questions about technical issues with this site to All logos and trademarks used on this site are property of their respective owners. All comments remain the property and responsibility of their posters, all articles and photos remain the property of their creators, and all the rest is copyright 1995-Present by Columbia! Magazine and D'Zine, Ltd. Privacy policy: use of this site requires no sharing of information. Voluntarily shared information may be published and made available to the public on this site and/or stored electronically. Anonymous submissions will be subject to additional verification. Cookies are not required to use our site. However, if you have cookies enabled in your web browser, some of our advertisers may use cookies for interest-based advertising across multiple domains. For more information about third-party advertising, visit the NAI web privacy site.