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Comet over Robinson Ridge, KY?

2012-02-26 - Knifley, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
At first it looked like a sun dog
, but its movement over Robinson Ridge suggested maybe a propitious comet - a la the ones heralding the entry and dropping off of Mark Twain - over Hilda Legg's childhood home; if it weren't a spaceship, it were likely an airliner (to use the widely unknown subjunctive mood -widely unknown except for UK, University of Knifley graduates, who only speak in the most elegant language), disproportionately magnified in the evening sun. The photo was taken Saturday, February 25, 2012, from Crossroads Store, at the southwest corner of Knifley Road and Elkhorn Road, low under the ridge o'er beautiful Downtown Knifley, KY, as the COF would say. - Ed Waggener

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