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May 25, 2024

Reader Photo: ‘Turkey in Bloom’

Bill Street took this photo of blossoms in front of and behind a turkey with a colorful head and wattle of its own off Terrace Street in Ashland.
April 12, 2024

Bill Street took this photo of blossoms in front of and behind a turkey with a colorful head and wattle of its own off Terrace Street in Ashland.

Email your photos taken in and around Ashland to betling@ashland.news. Be sure and include the names of people in the photo (if any, from left to right and front to back), where and when taken, and say what’s going on in the photo and the name of the person who took it. Note: Photos with a horizontal (“landscape”) orientation work better in our web design.

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Bert Etling is the executive editor of Ashland.news. Email him at betling@ashland.news.

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