Photographer highlights “ordinary life” in America

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WASHINGTON, DC --  Linda Bruckheimer is an American novelist, photographer and preservationists.

Bruckheimer's work, "Greetings from Roadside America: Wish you were here" was recognized during an event earlier this month in the District. The Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall stage gave her the DAR Historic Preservation Medal. Her current exhibit reflects roadside America through her lens as she travels across the country. Bruckheimer lives in Los Angeles with her husband, film and TV producer, Jerry Bruckheimer but travels often to her historic farm in Nelson County, Kentucky.

According to her biography, Bruckheimer is behind the wheel of her car driving down lonely roads.

She says in her biography that she believes there is no location as textured or full of surprises as ordinary life in America.

Other notable exhibits include the Kentucky Governor's Mansion, which showcased humor and irony.

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