I shot this on an Appalachian backcountry road. It's not a very good photograph, but I found it moving.
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<br /> The plaque reads
<div style="margin-left: 2em">The Boyhood Home of Dr. John Brinkley and his Aunt Sally.
<br />Her grave is on the hilltop across the river. She is remembered and loved for her ministrations to the sick of this community.
<br />This marker erected in 1937 in loving memory by her little boy, Johnnie.
<br />She was the only mother I ever knew.
<br /> J. R. Brinkley, M.D.</div>
I don't think I posted this here before.
<br />I used to think that I was HUGE when this picture was taken. I'd kill to have that body back!
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<br />(I mean the chick in the cheerleader outfit - not Foghorn.)
> What's up? Doc? <br /><br /><Trivia>Mel Blanc once did a skit (I think it was a radio skit) where he was in a psychiatrist's office.... he thought he was a giant rabbit. Thus (perhaps) the "What's up? Doc?"</Trvia>