|Winter Scenes -- The photography
of Tim Jones
Tim Jones took these winter scenes in the Appalachian
foothills of Eastern Kentucky. These particular two were taken in 1987
by an "old" Canon T50 (which he still feels is one of the best balanced
cameras ever made). Film used was Kodak 400 color print.
Upon graduation from Cumberland College in Williamsburg,
Kentucky, with a BS degree in 1975 Tim embarked on a teaching career in
the Kentucky Public School System. After 15 year's service he retired to
pursue the number one love of his life, Appalachian photography.
It has always been his desire to showcase the place he
grew up in and a place he has spent his entire life. Sharing and photographing
the splendor and beauty of Appalachia has been, and continues to be a labor
He has previously been published by Today's Photographer
magazine and AZ Arts & Graphics for greeting cards, The Face Of New
Orleans, Flatwoods Project Inc., and The International Library of Photography.
He has an active and growing compilation of Appalachian photography at
his web site:
He is a freelance photographer in excellent standing and
a member of the International Freelance Photographers Organization and
has been an active member since 1987. He is also a freelance photographer
on assignment for Today's Photographer magazine.