Unique Patterns of Kentucky by John Brunjes Posted on April 11, 2012 Spending a week in the helicopter allows you to observe unique patterns on the Kentucky Landscape. This is ponds at the KDFWR Minor Clark Fish Hatchery near Cave Run Lake. Nikon D7000 with AFS Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VRII. Old cars piled up in a junk yard. Nikon D300 with AFS Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VRII. Apparently cages for fighting roosters. Generally they are tethered to barrels, but these were in covered cages. Nikon D300 with AFS Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VRII. The Bluegrass Region of Kentucky is largely horse country. The unique patters created by the miles and miles of horse fence are unique. Most horse fence is now black, but I still enjoy the few that make the extra effort to maintain white painted fences. Nikon D7000 with AFS Nikkor 24mm f/1.4 G. A bass boat races across a choppy lake on a windy spring day. Nikon D7000 with AFS Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII. This entry was posted in Aerial Photography and tagged 2012, Canada goose, Fighting Roosters, Helicopter, Junk Yard, KDFWR, Kentucky, Landscape, Minor Clark Hatchery. Bookmark the permalink.