What to do when you get 20"+ of snow in Southeast Kentucky
The Commonwealth got hit pretty hard by Winter Storm Jonas starting on Friday. Our southeast counties got a total of nearly 2' of snow accumulation by Saturday evening. That may not sound like much for some people, but for Kentuckians this was a pretty hard hit. Sunday was the first day that roads where actually somewhat safe to try and navigate around London and Laurel County. So, to try and beat cabin fever I went to the local sledding spots to grab some photos.
I enjoy shooting sledding photos because it can be very exciting. When the light hits the snow just right and when you catch the facial expressions that are of joy and panic of potentially wiping out, you've got something special.
The two locations that I went to to take pictures where Levi Jackson State Park, and bordering the Park is Crooked Creek Golf Community. Both areas have a couple well known hills that a lot of people gather at to go sledding.