Tag: Katie Pollock

Picture of the Week – 4/17/19

Picture of the Week – 4/17/19

By on 17 April, 2019 in Fun, Katie Pollock, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

The Pine Hill Haints playing at the Sanctuary. The way this photo captures energy and movement and light is obvious, but you may not know about the word “haints.” It’s a spectral word, encouraging you to read the Gothic folklore of Kathryn Tucker Windham, or maybe just spend some time alone in an Alabama cemetery at […]

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Picture of the Week, 4/10/19

Picture of the Week, 4/10/19

By on 11 April, 2019 in Katie Pollock, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

Loblolly pine seedlings went to the moon and back in 1971. Yes, that moon. The Alabama Forestry Commission and the U.S. Forest Service presented one of the seedlings to Gov. George Wallace upon their return to Earth. That tree still grows today next to the statue of a martyr named Albert Patterson. More information on […]

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Picture of the Week, 4/3/19

Picture of the Week, 4/3/19

By on 3 April, 2019 in Fun, Katie Pollock, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

This is a photo of the water pouring from Doster Road Artesian Well in Prattville, AL.  It’s a source of free spring water.  Just bring a container, fill it, and take a sip. The well is covered by a well-house that includes a bench. It’s also right beside the Autauga Creek trail and near Pratt […]

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Photo of the Week – 3/14/19

Photo of the Week – 3/14/19

By on 15 March, 2019 in Fun, Katie Pollock, Outdoors, Parks with 0 Comments

  Bamboo in the Prattville Wilderness Park – Fun fact: so similar to Asia that the military used it to train soldiers before sending them to Vietnam. Editors’ Note: This is one of our favorite local places. Read more here.  Katie Pollock is a photographer who tries to capture the startling beauty of the natural and human-made […]

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Photo of the Week – 3/6/19

Photo of the Week – 3/6/19

By on 8 March, 2019 in Katie Pollock with 1 Comment

  This photo was taken during Art on the Square, right before a crowd watched as a group of children performed to a song with lyrics that included “no more dying in the streets.”  Many attendees seemed proud to call Montgomery home, with high aspirations for the future.  Their embrace of this place with its […]

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Picture of the Week: 2/20/19

Picture of the Week: 2/20/19

By on 20 February, 2019 in Fun, Katie Pollock, Outdoors, Parks with 0 Comments

Fun fact: at the time Wynton Blount donated the land for the park, it was considered the largest donation to American Theater. You can see this view during early foggy mornings from Spring to Fall near the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Katie Pollock is a photographer who tries to capture the startling beauty of the natural and […]

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Picture of the Week: 2/12/19

Picture of the Week: 2/12/19

By on 13 February, 2019 in Katie Pollock, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

There is a view near the end of the Cherokee Ridge Alpine Trail Kowaliga Bay Loop, which showcases approximately 2.5 miles of spectacular water views. While the whole trail is full of rewards like this one, the silhouettes of pine trees bring to mind the lyrics of “Kaw-Liga,” written by Hank Williams while he was […]

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Picture of the Week: 2/5/19

Picture of the Week: 2/5/19

By on 5 February, 2019 in Katie Pollock, Outdoors, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

A key visual feature of the Swayback Bridge Trail is – you guessed it – Swayback Bridge.  Fun fact: Swayback Bridge is a steel stringer bridge built in 1931. There are several trails in the Swayback Bridge Trail system, each of varying length and difficulty.  You can walk a 1 mile loop that’s great for […]

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Picture of the Week: 1/30/19

Picture of the Week: 1/30/19

By on 30 January, 2019 in Katie Pollock, Picture of the Week with 0 Comments

Note: We’re happy to announce a new feature on MML, from a great local artist. Photographer Katie Pollock will be sharing a Photo of the Week with us every Wednesday, including a few thoughts about the photo. You may remember her from her MML mixology column back in 2012. If you like her photographic work, […]

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