The Photo Lane provides original photographs for publications, web sites, prints, personal gifts and digital downloads.

Images featured include equestrian events, horse racing, historic re-enactments, scenic landscapes, agriculture, wildflowers and more. The collection is the work of the photographer Jim Lane and focuses on the people, landscape, flora, and fauna of the central Kentucky bluegrass region, an area world-renowned for beautiful horse farms and stunning natural scenery (this region was listed in National Geographic Traveler's "50 Best Places of a Lifetime").

Early in his career Jim won a grand prize on NikonNet's Publish Your Passion contest for his images of early morning landscapes in the Kentucky bluegrass. Since then many of Jim's growing portfolio of images have been published in consumer books, school textbooks, travel/visitor guidebooks, ads, magazines, brochures, calendars, web sites, newsletters, newspapers, and on television in thirty  countries...

Australia   Brazil   Canada  China   Czech Republic   Denmark   France   Germany   Greece    India  Ireland   Israel  Italy  Japan  Montenegro   Netherlands   New Zealand   Romania   Poland   Peru  Qatar  Russia  Serbia  Slovak Republic   South Africa   South Korea  Spain  Sweden  United Kingdom  United States     

Images are available in various sizes of high resolution formats suitable for printing and publication and many are available for professional licensing on stock photo sites such as Getty Images and Alamy Images  (To search for images click on Alamy).   Prints, personal gifts, and lower resolution digital files can also be ordered in many of the photo galleries below.

Jim has  published a fine art photography book "Wildflowers of the Bluegrass" which shows the beautiful variety of wildflowers in the Lower Howard's Creek Nature & Heritage Preserve in Kentucky. You can pick one up at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum in Winchester, KY or order copies on-line at Amazon (you can preview the book by clicking here ).

Popular Photos

Stock image of waterfall on Trimble Creek, a tributary to Lower Howard's Creek in the Kentucky Bluegrass. This area is now part of the Lower Howard's Creek Heritage Park and State Nature Preserve.