Instagram Photo Contest Winner

Thank you so much to all who entered HerKentucky's Instagram Photo Contest.  All 149 entries were great and made our decision a very tough one.  We really enjoyed seeing all of your posts from across the Commonwealth.

Congratulations to Stephanie Clemmons for her beautiful picture of Owsley Fork Lake in Berea, Kentucky.

Owsley Fork Lake, Berea, Kentucky
Stephanie Clemmons

She will receive a $25.00 Amazon gift card and a 10x10 copy of this photograph (see below). Please continue to take pictures of our beautiful Kentucky...you never know when another photo contest might pop up in the future!


Stephanie will receive a printed 10x10 copy of this photograph and a
$25 Amazon gift card



HerKentucky's Instagram Photo Contest



Contest Rules

  1. Follow HerKentucky on Instagram.
  2. Tag your favorite Kentucky photograph #herkentuckyphotocontest and tell us where it was taken. 
  3. You may enter as many times as you wish between today and August 16, 2013 at midnight. 
  4. HerKentucky will select and announce one winning photo on August 17, 2013.   Winning photo will be featured on HerKentucky's Facebook page and Website.
Prizes
Winner will receive one $25 Amazon gift card and a 10x10 copy of my Instagram photo.

*This contest is solely sponsored by HerKentucky. 


Share Your Favorite Kentucky Quotation


I love this Daniel Boone quotation about Kentucky.  Do you have a favorite quotation by a Kentuckian or about Kentucky? Please share them with me and I will select a couple to add to my photographs. 



Mark Twain and Lincoln

I have the privilege to work in our beautiful State Capitol building in Frankfort and walk by this statue of Abraham Lincoln each day.  Whenever I find myself in the presence of this great Kentuckian who takes center stage in the Capitol Rotunda, I cannot help but agree with Mark Twain.  Yes, indeed, Lincoln "belonged just where he was put." 

"My Old Kentucky Home"

"In Kentucky" by James H. Mulligan


Kentucky Quotes

Happy Friday, y'all! 





What is your favorite Kentucky quote?