A market vendor sits amongst his goods for sale in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka, on August 10, 2014.
Denise Klarer, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, helps crew aboard a 25 foot Hunter class boat during a regatta on Barren River Lake, this Saturday, September 14th. Klarer was one of about 15 people to participate in the regatta, which was held by the Port Oliver Yacht Club.
Jen Claiborne rolls on the powder covered ground, to get more color on her clothing, during the May, 2013 Color Run, held in Nashville Tennessee.
Members of Simon Kenton High School perform October 31st, 2012, at Western Kentucky University for the Kentucky Music Educator Association state championship marching band competition.
Members of the folk rock band Jack Holiday and The Westerners take a moment between songs to discuss how their show is going. This band from Kentucky usually performs in Louisville, Kentucky. They are excited to perform for the first time in Indiana on February 2, 2013.
John Holley has been making knives for over 14 years. A native of Illinoise, he moved to Arkansas where he learned to make knives from a friend. Being retired, he makes, and sells, knives as a hobby, he says, which keeps him “out of trouble”.
‘Intersections’, an art piece created by Anila Quayyum Agha is shown on display at the Grand Rapids Art Museum during the 2014 ArtPrize art competition which takes places yearly throughout the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan. With over 1,500 entries in this years competition, spread throughout over 170 venues in downtown Grand Rapids, 19 of them will be shown at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Chef Micheal Riggs looks over his coursework in his kitchen classroom at the Bowling Green Technical College. He helped design the culinary program at BGTC fourteen years ago.
1979 Western Kentucky graduate and Bowling Green native,Jimmy Daimer, first started selling barbeque six years ago out of a store he opened next to his property where he also owns rental properties. He started making barbecue because he couldn’t find any that suited his tastes. “If I could find good barbeque that I liked, I wouldn’t be in this business.”
Bill Smith, left, shows Emily Meadows, right, what the inside of his 90,000 square foot hot air balloon, named Aero Force One, looks like before he puts it into storage after the 2014 Balloons, Tunes and Barbecue Festival, at the Bowling Green Airport, Friday, Sept. 5th.